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A HARVEST-GR- EAT 00D REAPS JUDGE HENRY DeHAVEN FOR COMMONWEALTH'S LOSS OF LIFE AND PROPERTY ATTORNEY fcrrlble Disasters Have Overtaken Omaha, Dayton, Terre Haute, Peru and Many Other Cities--Ohi- o and Indiana Turned Into a Vast Sea Kentucky Suffers From Flood. mma&i. - mmmrrr-- ROYAL PHtrczrwra. ! "W 1 BAKING POWDER Absolutely Puro Economizes Butter, Floor, Eggs; makes the food more appetizing and wholesome The only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar Cloverport Like Venice Again 1 The terrible disasters that have over Sulzcr's free ferry rather demoraltaken the people of Omaha, Dayton, ized the business of the Terre Haute, Peru and many other The backwater is two feet deep on cities and towns affected by the flood of last week are briefly and the pike at Hites Run bridge. and storm were in As usual skiffs and carefully given in the following paragood demand at very high prices. graphs: Dr. Kurtz has a lot of cattle on Mr. Two Hundred Killed at Omaha. A. B. Sklllman's farm below town en Omaha, Neb., March 24. More than tirely surrounded by water. 300 persons were killed, 400 injured and There is scarcely any loss to the 450 homes demolished in the tornado people along river front only loss of that swept Omaha and nearby towns in time and the expense of moving put. Nebraska tonight. Every house in Tobinsport is submerged. The water broke over the bank on that side a week ago yesterMississippi Valley Swept. day. r.hleairo. March 25. Floods almost The drift pile lodged against the pier unprecedented in area, following the at the oil factory is estimated 6ne huntornadoes and rains of the last three dred yards square and fifty feet deep. days, today swept four states of the The water is 3J inches deep on the Mississippi Valley, causing a loss of life first floor of the News office as we go to that may reach into the hundreds and press. It lacks 23 inches of reaching damage to property amounting to Ohio and In the mark of last year's flood. many millions of dollars. The Legislature has appropriated diana, and in a lesser degree Illinois and Missouri, felt the brunt of the dis $25,000 for the benefit of the flood sufferers. The resolution was introduced aster. by the Hon. A W. Moremen, of Meade county. Sixty Drown. iPeVu, Ind., March 26 (Via tele- - Dr. Warfield has his warehouse hanging full of tobacco and he dreads a hotfk to South Bend). Death faced today heavy wind which would likely' tear the unAeds of persons who at dawn building from its foundation. ilinglng to the roofs of buildings. Charley May and John Carson they sought muge irom me net crossed the river one day last week g wntcn last mgnt swepi m uum sixty-sevrabbits and banks of the Wabash and fished out p overflown two Opossums from hedges and trees drowning within a few minutes , over there. ably sixty persons. The flood sufferers are in a much better condition than they were last Hundreds of Lives Lost. year. They took time by the forelock Davton. Ohio. March 20. At Dayton and moved out before the water came Icorej of persons are reported drowned, upon them. "following the' breaking of the Miami The following families were com river lelee and the Laramie reservoir, polled to abandon their homes by the invading waters: First ward Grant fiitv miles above the city. Lv When the Associated Press corres- - Gregory and family, Ollie Mattingly ondent wired on reaching the city, ind family, James Bradly and family, Lnxiety caused by exaggerated reports Mr. Welsenberg and family, Mrs. loss of life was set at rest, although Hoyle and family, Mrs. Arad Simons here was great difficulty in obtaining and family, John Gregory, Si, and Stalls. family (moved upstairs and are enMarooned in office buildings in the tirely surrounded by water), Delilian Renter of the town, hundreds of per Adams (colored) and family; second sons were vainly awaiting rescue. ward Wra Alexander and family. Streets heretofore considered miles Henry Gregory and family, Jas. Levy, trora the danger line are running eight Mr. Wilson and Sapp living in the old of water, the torrential force of River Hotel building on First street, which precludes rescue in boats. and Mrs. Thos. Sawyer and family on Main street have all taken rooms in the upper stories. Cities Suffering Most. The following business houses, shops, i The following is a list of the cities etc., in the First ward are inundated and towns suffering most from loss of and parties occupying them were com life due to the great flood: Ohi- o- pelled to move out:. Miller & Hovious, Dayton, Plqua, Columbus, Delaware, liverymen, J. F. Sulzer & Bro., merWdney, Middletown, Hamilton, Tippe- - chants, cellar overflowed, P. S. Greg Indiana Peru, West In- - ory saloon, Patterson & May, black tnOfe City. afflapolls, New Castle, Lafayette, No- - smiths, Thos. Ryan, shoemaker, Dr. sville, Fort Wayne. J. T. Owen, physician, LaHeist & Son, unfinished business house, Gregory & Co., wharfmasters, Dr. Warfield & Son, .Button Factory Suffers. tobacconists, R, B. Pierce, tobacconist; Pnelps' Button Factory on the river Secona ward Chas. Llshen, meat shop, ant is flooded with water and all the May it Co. , coopers, Cooper & of work. Richard Chas. men are thrown out Yeager, blacksmiths. The cellars of Bullock, of Leavenworth, Ind., has re the following business houses are Inuncently accepted the foreman's place at dated: A. R. Fisher's, Bownjer & the factory. Hambleton's, Dr. R. L. Newsom's, J. N. and Allen Murphy's, Monarch & Messenger on Horseback. Beavin's, J. D. Babbage's, J. L. ' MiAllen Board came down ftom Har- ller's, M. Hamman's. Fralze & Miller's, IfUneburg Monday afternoon on horse- - Oelze & Bro., millers, Witt, Conrad & I'lMck with a bunch of mail from Judge Dyer, blacksmiths and wagon makers. lenry DeHaven Moorman to fie uellv- ed throuch the Cloverport postofhce. Goes to Morganfield, he water at Hites Run was up to the Mse's neck. Miss Maggie Rhodes, of McDanlels, Is visiting relatives and friends here en )d Notes From The Breck route to Morganfield to engage in the News, Feb. 13, 1884 millinery business, She is an efficient inridge young business woman and the people of that city will be pleased with her fJPrank Fralzedid'nt calk his seller and her work. time. The water is seven feet deep on the B. P. A. Movement. fur Fork bridge. I; You can just see the roofs of the Writing In their own space under uses over in Tobmsport. "The Telltale Tick of Time," Dr. P. Henry Temple and File DeHaven W. Foote & Son briefly explain their lyekhe "Dude'1 joe boat. A. Movement. Look it up and MK, Fisher threw open the doors of B. P. read it for It Is solely In the farmer's nail to the flood sufferers. interests. Costs him nothing, and puts rThere i sot much danger of the hill dollars in his packet. A new move. Dple having to move ouc. joc-boat- to3H!KP; HbR0 4 iB jB. SW' , K a? MMVtM )Mf Ft I v r t . .ls. & s. joc-boa- Mr. Popham Accepts Position FLOOD in Breckenridge Bank. Mr. Ernest Popham has succeeded Mr. John Felix Jarboe, who has resigned as assistant cashier of the Breckenridge Bank. Mr. Jarboe expects to leave soon for Kansas City, where he has the offer of two lucrative positions. His services iu the Breckenridge Bank have JUDGE HENRY DeHAVEN MOORMAN been satisfactory and most agreeable. Mr. Popham's business qualifications TO THE VOTERS OF BRECKINRIDGE COUNTY: were ascertained during his long conAs a progressive and active democrat, from maturity, I ask your support nection with Julian H. Brown. Those for Commonwealth's Attorney. Who and what I am, you know. Confessing who patronize the "Old Reliable" have what faults I have, and those I have had, and acknowledging any mistakes confidence in his ability. made, I respectfully submit what virtues I may have and ask a fair consideration of my character, qualification and public service. As I said, as a youth, Touring Europe. in IgOS, voting for a public otlicer should be the choosing of a public servant Mr. and Mrs. Jas H. Snowden, the not be treated, alone, as conferring h favor, nor taken advantage of to vent and personal spleen. When you bestowed upon me, at 25, your county's highest latter's mother, Mrs. Louise Adair, and honor and most serious duty, in electing me your County Judge, thi youngest the niece of the first named, little Miss ever chosen in Kentucky, you dedicated my spirit and energies to the best Anna Catherine Bolton, all of Indianpublic service that my youth, vigor, integrity and ambition could afford. Had apolis, and Miss Margaret, daughter of I not discharged the duties of tnat important ollice in an honest, fearless and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kelly, of Hawes-vill- e, niece of Mrs. Adair, will sail from progressive manner, I would have been unworthy of the leading majority of 2I7 in our county and a majority of 10s in my home precinct, which was car- New York on April 10th, for a stay of a ried by Mr. Roosevelt. I discharged my duties in a manner that met the ap- year in Britain and on the continent. proval of my conscience, and, I feel, that of the public, yet, at the end of my The party will reserve and occupy a term, clouds darkened my way, because of personal matters, and my course residence near London during most of was undetermined. After deliberation, with you, my schoolmates, my neigh the time, working out of this central bors, my klnspeople and countymen, I cast my lot. I may have gone further point for many interesting tours of the and done better, but I love my people and am now, as always, with you and old world. Mrs. Adair and her daughter, Mrs. Snowden, were former Hawes-vill- e for you. people, and Miss Kelly will be Since I was eighteen, you have known me as a Soldier, City Attorney, Master Commisioner, County Judge, Editor, County Chairman, and Lawyer. their guest on the trip. Clarion. Better than any, nave Him, you know my private life and the character of my Beard-Kinchelopublic service. Whether or not I have been honest and faithful, true to my friends, have stood for progress, education and general county advancement, The marriage of Miss Anita LaRue vou know. I have fearlessly met each public duty irrposed. I am now asking Beard and Mr. Lewis Harl Kincheloe you for a promotion You raise your sons, prepare them for preferment, and was solemnized last night 0 o'clock REACHES ' CLOVERPORT AGJUL Terrifying Situation Since ay-Railroad Saturd- Out of Comm- Lacks Fifteen Inches of Reaching the 1884Mark-N- o Mail. ission-Flood - RISE HERE is UNTIL FRIDAY. Cloverport having its second siege of high water for 1913. The flood is much greater and more destructive than it was in January. The ferry boat has been running through the city en bridge since Saturday evening. The train service has been paralyzed since Sunday morning, and the last mail was received Saturday night. Telegram of March 3I, 7 p. m., was as follows: Still rising at Cincinnati. Stage 69.7; now 1 foot, 7 inches of 1834. Maysville on a stand. Crest of rise wlIL reach Louisville Thursday a. m.; Is feet 7 tenths At Cloverport yesterday morning it lacked 15 inches of the 18S4 rise. Among those who had to move out of, their homes again are: J. C. Weather-ho- lt, T. F. Sawyer, H. L. Stader's livon ery stable, Mr. and Mrs. Harry and Harry Hambleton, Jr., Misses Annie and Josie Raitt, Peyton Scott, Edward Gregory and family, Nathaniel Tucker and family, C. Burden, Will Hall, Mr. Slaughter, Fred. Smith, Mrs. Maria Duncan, Frank Mil- -, ler, Tom Pleasant, Jim Board, John John Carter, Frank Hall, Fred Bland, Mr. Nicholas, J. W. Tin-dColored Marble Green, Jiles King, Abner Dent, Will Briddle, Ell Singleton, Mattle Bates, Will Dean and George Adams. Ham-blet- 000 000 : they do their part; then, they submit themselves to the test imposed. Measure me by your own boys, by yourselves, give me what I deserve, which is what I have always tried to accord you, and take such interest in my race as my record warrants. As between my opponeut and myself, compare our experience, qualification and general availability and then give me only what is due. at at the Broadway Methodist church. Real public service means opposing or advocating something. As an aggressive and imoartial judge, as an honest and fearless editor, as a firm Chairman, and as a true fighting lawyer, any man necessarily makes some enemies; at least, he displeases to the extent that he cannot serve everybody, and prln clple, at the same time. When public interest has demanded action, I have always been a volunteer, often to personal detriment. If I am not in tune with humanity, with a born and developed understanding bnd appreciation of real fellowship, with a sincere desire for best interests of all men to be served, then I am mistaken In myself. I come from a family of honest tollers, who have endeavored to upbuild our county, and investigation will disclose whose lights burn latest in Ilardlnsburg. More than sixty years have elapsed since you elected one of your county,-meCommonwealth's Attorney. Recognizing the fairness of my appeal and the justness of my claims, I gladly tell you that Meade and Grayson, and even many in Hardin, are assuring me of hearty support. I believe that I am entitled to feel that most of my attention should be devoted to the other counties; so, I confidently urge upon each of you that you bestir yourselves In my behalf and enable me to reach a place from which I pledgo myself, if elected, to proclaim lasting gratitude by the honest and faithful discharge of my duties as a Attorney from BrecklnrIdge. Commonwealth.' , If I am named to run with your County Candidates in November, I pledge you all the support that my family and friends can bring to the assistance of our own efforts for our success. Sincerely, Henry DeHaven Moorman. n Owing to a recent death in the bride's family the wedding was very quiet. Preceding the ceremony a musical program was rendered by the organist of the church and the bride and groom entered the church to strains of Lohen grin's Wedding March, and during the ceremony Traumerei was played. The bride was gowned In a tailored suit of tan cloth, with hat to matca, and wore a corsage bouquet of pink roses and lilies of the valley. After April 1, Mr. and Mrs Kincheloe will be at home in their apartments, 8 Walden Place. Courier-Journal. all. Notes. E. E. Greenwood was in town Tuesday and renewed his subscription. He says 75 acres of his farm are under water. Miss Margaret Newman and Mr. Dee 000 Wathen were married March the 20th All the bottom from Stephensport the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. down to Town crrek is under water. at Marv Newman. The bride is a lovely 000 young woman and a favorite of her All the bottom land on the Indiana many friends. The groom is a son of side from John Lyons' as far down as Mr. Gabe Wathen, of Louisville. They you can see is under water. will make their home with the bride's 000 The tow boat Pittsburg passed up mother for the present. Tuesday with a big tow of empty barges. She landed here. Wathen-Newman. Rockport Hotel Burns. HITES RUN STEPHENSPOR T For Sale A good desirable property The Veranda hotel In Rockport, Ind , burned Monday. Theodore Frank, located in Slick Creek; well watered the bartender, was burned to death on and suitable for raising ducks; large range; ducks can be herded in moter the third floor. boats. Apply to Ed. Gregory, P. D. Q. 000 i water. The pike is submerged between Hites Run bridge and the church. The water was up to the bed of a wagon Mondav and only a few took the risk of crowing. flood. The back water is over the pike in several places and" reaches scverul farms. Mr. Allen Jennings said the water was over his father's farm. Mr, Frank Carter also got a sip of the back the Mayor is Sj You, as a subscriber to is Sub- Suffers From the Flood-Ma- ny Witness to Flood-Pi- ke . v 000 Families Had to Leave Their n lie brecKenrmge News, m merged in Several Places-Far- ms Marooned is the most used word today. Homes-O- ld Covered With Back Port a Yellow should read carefully the 000 Water. Sea. Those were eood old days when we S advertisina it offers, be- - ft went to the postofiice morning, noon x ft and night! Judge Waggoner and Mrs. Waggoner your J- Stephensport is submerged again. x cause it is planned for city Sunday to view the were Captain Barry now called. 1 E4E4C3E3Ch 000 in the Every family on River street was compelled to move out and give way to the flood. Among those who moved were; W. J.Schopp, who had to move from all his stoies. The families of Mrs. Carter, Mr. McAfee, Mr. McCoy, Mrs. Bandy, Mr. Blaine, Miss Betty Alton, Mrs. Mack, Dr. Shlvely, Mrs. Pallman, Mr. Roland Smith, Mr. Stewart and Mr. McKaughau. . U i I jj Telephone convenience and satisfac- - ft kept busy. and telegraph wires ar tion as well as for increase Mr. Anderson III. of 000 business to those who ' advertise. Miss Ada Stith, Bewleyvilto's practical nurse, has been called to Guston to wait on Tom Anderson who is ill of typhoid fever. 40. Best CORN, CLOVER AND STOCK CLUB. Prize List. 1. Best acre of corn; E. A. Alex- 41. Reds; J. C. Crutcher. .... Second beat trio of chick hatched from J. C. Crutch- trio of chicks hatched from J. C. Crutcher's R. I. 3 00 er's 4'2. R. I. Reds; J. C. 2 00 Crutcher $10 00 der, Merchant 2. Best ten ears of white corn; First State Hank 3. Second best ten ears of white corn; First State Bank 4. Best ten ears yellow corn; Dr. Best trio of chicks hatched from Mrs. B. W. Carter's B. P. Rocks; Mrs. B. W. Sloan's Liniment Is a splendid remedy for backache, stiff joints, rheumatism, neuralgia and sciatica. You don't need to rub it in just laid on lightly it gives comfort and ease at once. Best for Pain m4 Stiffness Mr. Geo. Buchanan, of Welch, Ckla., writes s "I havemed your Liniment for the past ten ) ears for pain In back and stiffness and find it the best Liniment I ever tried. I recommend It to anyone for pains of any kind." Stops BacKache m PERFECTION SELF RAISING FLOUR li maJe from choice winter wheat with leavening which is pure and A strictly phosphate leavening li used and the residue wholesome. left in the bread by baking U phosphate of soda and phosphate of cat culm salts of unquestioned rlletlc value. i 00 2 00 H Carter 43. Second 3 00 D. Second Deit ten ears yellow 2 corn; Ur S. 1'. Parks fl. Best single ear, any variety, 1 The Club 7. Best acre of clover grown with their products (lime or ground rock); twenty tons of ground limestone Webster Stone Co., Irvlngton. 8, Second be.U acre of clover; Steel Beam Oliver Plow Irvlngton Hardware & Im . ,- S.l Parks 00 44. 00 45. - 00 40. 47. 48. best trio of chicks hatched from Mrs. B. W. Carter's B. P. Rocks; Mrs. 2 00 B. W. Carter Bsst pair pigs (Durock Jer sey's); Dr. W. B. Taylor.. C 00 Best pair pigs, other than Durock's; Pierce Harclaway 5 00 Best display of astors, grown by child under 12 years; 150 . Miss J. M.Greenwood Second best display of astors grown by child under 12 years; Miss J. M. Green1 00 wood of cut Best three varieties flowers; Mrs. G N. Lyddan 1 00 is good for sprains, strains, bruises, cramp or soreness of the muscles, and all affections of the throat and chest. Cot Entire Relief R. D. Buroovne, of Maysvllle, Ky., RR. 1, Box SLOANS LINIMENT $3! 5, writes: ACCURACY, RELIABILIi Y AND UNIFORMITY are the only words that describe the baking matter when Perfection Self Raising Flour is used. Scientifically and accurately mixed by our specially designed machines, guarantee every pound of PERFECTION to have the proper ingredients. Give it a trial. -- LEWISP0RT MILL COMPANY. Lewisport, Kentucky J. C. PAYNE INSURANCE AGENCY IRVINOTON, KENTUCKY Represents the Leading Companies in the Country plement Co. 0. Best clover, 2J pound sample; G. N. Lyddan bushel wheat, 10. Best barrel of None Such flour; Irvlngton Mill & Elevatoi one-fourt- 2 50 4O. Sweepstakes. Best iiiiitiiiiim vv"iiW Company. 11. Second best I t 13- - 13- - u. . 15. 10. 17. 18. h bush el of wheat; set of Single Trjes and Double Trees-- Witt & Frank, Blacksmiths Best quart of cow peas; Jordan & Gross, Hardware... Second best quart cow peas; Jordan & Gross, Hardware Best quart of Soy beans; Jordan & Gross, Hardware... Best plate five apples (winter) The Club Second best plate five apples (winter); The Club Best plate five apples (fall); The Club Spcond best plate five apples one-fourt- (fall) 19. Bist plate five apples, any variety, to be sprayed G. N. Lyddan 20. Best plate five pears; Club... 21. Second best plate five pears; 22. canned goods; Groceries best display of canned 23. good-,- ; 15. A. Ree-- , Grocer 24 Best can tomatoes; Club 25. Best can of peaches; Club 20. Best cau of pe.irs; Club Sec-jn- Bt display o E. A. Rees, Club 27. Bust can of pickles 23. 29 (cucum(field): po- bers); Club Largest pumpkin, Club Largest pumpkin, tato); Club ;(veet , 30. t,;irge.it Mjuash;2Club 31. B.st cabbage; Club .'12. Bist peek Irish potatoes: The Club 3!). Best peck sweet potatoes; The Club Largest sweet potato; Club.. 33. Largest beet; Club 36. Largest turnip .'i7. Bist pound of butter; C. II. Drury, Stock Breeder 3S. Secoiid best pound of butter; Mat Payne, Merchant 39 Taird best pound of butter; Mat Payne, Merchant 3 10 ears of corn, any va 5 00 riety; B. W. Carter 30. Best trio of chickens, any variety, H. Trent, Merchant. 5 00 5I. Best pair pigs, any variety; TMIHE 5 00 J. B. Gibson 52. (All pigs shown must be under 3 months). KjW"v 2 h mmx. 1 00 H Vmm 53. Best pair pigeons; Club 00 5I. Best dozen tomatoes, grown by child under 11 years; G. 1 00 5O N. Lyddan 55. Best display; E. H. Shelman 10 00 1 00 &Co., Bankers Premiums Nos. 7 and 40 to 43, Inclu- GHAY TO BE A FAVORITE 1 00 sive, open to the world; balance Fourth Spring Season Brings Back to PopuMagisterial District. larity a Color That Has Lately 50 Premiums for corn, poultry, vegetaBeen Passed Over. bles or canned goods, one dollar ad100 ditional if won by boy or girl, under 18 The spring season will bring again years; Club. to favor the grays, which have, been 50 so much displaced in popularity by taupe, and gray of all shades, from Rules. the soft pearl tone to tho "battleship 2 50 1. Entrance fee none. gray" and tho deeper color known for2. Time of entry fifteen days previous merly as "London smoke." The sec00 to show. ond of theso colors is much seen in All entries must be grown by ex the new leather handbags. Most of 5O 3. these aro of pin seal, finished with tho hibitor. All grain and vegetables grown in nickel rim and clasp, though some are 00 4. made with solid silver finishing. vear shown. With tho nickel top and lined with of ex 2 00 5. Exhibits remain property gray moire, excellent bags are to bo hibitor. 50 Each contains a had in this seal. .r0 6. Clover to be seeded this year. small mirror and change purse. Ono Catalogue ready April 20. Write the very elegant bag 19 made of thls.gray 50 B. W. CARTER, Secretary, seal, gathered at tho top Into a trianIrvington, Ky. gular brass rim and clasp. Tho han50 dle Is of tho leather ornamented with a silk tassel of matching hue. This Straight at It. 50 bag Is about twelve Inches In depth. There Is no use of our "betting bags in Pin seal envelope-shap50 around the bush." Wv ninrhtas well Niel rose may bo had. These have 50 out with it first as last We want you to the brasB clasps There is a good 50 try Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the depth provided In almost all the new next timeou have a coufh or cold. bags. Many aro'in tho envelope form, predominates. 50 There is no reason so far as we can see though no one shape Fine feathers aro more shown than tho why you should not do so. Tnis preprough. The reticule Is to be had in 5O aration by its remarkable cures has many materials, even In furs, but Is 50 gained a vorld wide reputation, and not in actual uso as much as fashion 5O people ever) where speak of It in the predicted. For the summer days it 5O higheit terms of praise It is for will be made of lawn, lined with white Adv. by all dealers silk, and of Valenciennes lace. Somo 5 00 aro already shown of lawn and Honl-tolace, these aro coarse. On some of tho square lawn and lace bags DAINTY TEA GOWN 3 00 the handle Is formed by twisting tho white satin ribbon. 00 7 1 Wg ZcEhvJM ll hk. KhE. m "Iliad severe pains between ders; I got a bottle of your Liniment and had entire relief at the fifth application." Relieved Severe Pain in Shoulders Mr. J. Underwood, of 2000 Warren Ave., " I am a piano polisher Chicago. 111., writes: by occupation, anu since last oepjemoer nave suffered with severo"paln in both shoulders. I could not rest night or day. One of my frionrta tnlit m nlintit vnnr I.lnlment. inree applications completely cureu me and I wilL never be without it." s2ik Price 25c, 50c, and $1.00 my shoul- FIRE, LIGHTNING, TORNADO AND CYCLONE Household Goods Insures Baggage and Personal Effects of Travelers, and Merchandise in transit. Your business solicited, w i at All Dealers. Send for Sloan's frco book on horaci. Address II There are Three Big Essentials1 for crood mint it must npnp. trate the pores of the surface painted; it must be elastic; it must be waterproof. These are three reasons why we are glad to recommend f Dr. Earl S. Sloan, Boston, .Mass. WORN IN PEARLS VARIETY Variation From Styles of Past Seasons That Seems to Be an Improvement. Seed pearl Jewelry is still in vogue, but tllore is a variation in It this season in that the pearls aro combined with colored Jewels. Ono of the new pendants Is on a very slender scalloped chain of pearls. In the center of the solidly set drop of pearls is a rose, carved of either red or pink coral. It Is an ornament appropriate for tho young girl or the not too ample matron, but it is far too fragllo for the stout woman. She may, however, console herself with one of tho new seed pearl bracelets, set in a design of three large connected ovals, in the center of each being a well cut amethyst of deep tone. If one has an antique piece of coral and a small piece of seed pearl Jewelry, even of tho modern manufacture, they may be successfully combined by any jeweler and a new ornament be produced at onco charming and economical. The pendants above mentioned, with the chain, arc $35 and $38 each, but a piece of jewelry could be reset for much less, producing a similar effect. Phoenix White Lead (Dutch Boy Painter Trade-Mark) 1 and pure linseed oil. These reliable, old - fashioned materials, when properly mixed and applied, bang to the wood until slowly worn away. They .are not affected bv heat or 'cold and are nbsolutelv weather-proo- f. Come to us for your paint supplies and Ask for Our Painting Points containing color scheme mid many hvipiul palatini; suKBoations. KEwSM MARION WEATHERHOLT p e Subscribe today. GUARDING By THE CITY'S HEALTH se tt n Copying Nature In ThlB Regard Vital Progress to the End Is Assured. What Every Candidate Must Have To Winf! Printed Cards for Personal Work Business Size An 1 On Your Mark ! 6 to 14 Days Your druRgist will refund money If PAZO OINTMENT falls to cure any case of Itching, IUind.IlleedinKor Protruding r'lcstnG to 14 days. The lirst application gives Las. and Rest. COc Piles Cured in Get Ready ! SHIRTWAIST OF WASH SILK Go! Always In Order, but Design Must Be Left to Discretion of the Wearer. a Every last man and woman of the Flying-Heart ranch is deeply interested in the result of the ' coming foot - race. Before it is run there is all kinds of fun and excitement. Read about it in our new serial tho figure that its wearer possesses. For thoso who are plump tho plainest models aro chosen. But shoulders are long and so aro sleeves. Tho neck of these waists Is finished with long sleeves and wide sailor collars as soft and rather high at tho back. Cuffs are turned back, and link buttons aro worn with somo of them. Dy way of a Httlo frivolity, Jabots of net or laco provldo a finishing touch which teems superfluous with the tlo, but is nevertheless in evifour-In-han- Tho soft wash-silshirtwaist is made moro or less plain, according to k d A winding stream, whose waters pass over the weed growths of tho current's bed, and through the reeds and rushes which line tho banks, Is all the time performing a work of purification of water. Tho Impurities aro being removed and a healthy balance of sweet properties and proportions restored to the liquid. This purification Is aided by myriads of living germs which exist amid tho growths of water vegetation. The moral of all this is that If we would have conditions favorable to human life and healthy development, wo must keep the balances of nature truly adjusted. We must restore to our townB and cities greenery and flowers, clean running water streams, and open spaces In which tho air can acquire movement over garden beds and through the purifying filters of tree leaves. We must speed the movement for reserving parks and public grounds, commons and old village greens, squares and crescents, gardens, frontages, and streets and sidewalks. We must resist all attempts to build over spaces legally entitled to be kept opon. It Is almost as Important to us as It would be to resist attempts to brick up our windows and doors. tree-plante- Poster Size attractive announcement card in your home paper. Announcements for County Offices $5 each. A NEWSPAPER CUT Don't hide your face under a bushel Have your photograph made and published to let people have some idea what you look like so they may get acquainted with you. i d For Particulars about Prices on Advertising and Printing write at once. Speak to 10,000 People Each Week Engage regular space in The Brecken-ridg- e News and tell people why you want the office. We know how to write what you want to say. For effici-cienewspaper service ask nt dence. GOING SOME Br REX BEACH a roaring, riotous comedy romance. When mudo up for a slender figure these waiBts are set to a yoko in tho back and fullod Into tho shoulder In front. The collars are widened. Tea gown of white crepe richly Soft waists of crepe cloth aro mado with fllet lace and Insertions. Ball plain with long sleeves and wide colfrlngo and ombroldored bands are used lars as well as in tho regulation deas trimmings signs just decrlbed. Turnback cuffs often finished with crystal buttons. A Texas Wonder Theso waists aro opened at tho throat. trim-mo- d The Texas Wonder cures kidney and Get the Issue With the First Instalment bladder troubles, removing gravel, cures diabetes, weak and lame backs, rheumatism, and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women. Regulates bladder troubles In children. If not sold by your druggist will be sent by mall on receipt of $1. One small bottle is two months' treatment and seldom falls to perfect a cure. Dr. E. W. Hall, L'920 Olive street, St. Louis, Mo. Send for Kentucky testimonials. Sold by druggists. Advertisement. $3.50 Evening Post and Breckenrldge News one year 13,50. Louisville Street and Other Trees. The highest stato of civilization Is found in countries having extensive forestB and so appreciative of trees do theso pooplo become that tho samo countries aro noted for street and roadside planting. In both rospects Germany stands at tho top. No country leadB that nation in scientific forestry, and none is moro noted for Woman'B World. tho number and value of its highway trees. Wo live In a section whore One On the Judge. nature has somewhat neglected to proJudge recently dined vide us with trees, therefore wo should A at a hotel In Dublin, whero tho man aim to repair this general oversight who takes charge- of tho hats is cele- by tho Hboral alignment of our streets brated for his memory about tho own- and highways with uniform lines of suitable trees. At prosent we aro sadership of headgear. "How do you know that this is my ly deficient In this respect. hat?" tho Judge asked, as his hat was Easy, handed to him. "You can't solvo even tho simplest "I don't know It, sir," said Pat. "Then why did you give It to me?" problem! If your mother wants to boll eggs for supper and sho has ropliod tho Judgo. "Becauso you gave It to me, sir," Bovoii eggs and three of them break, said tho man, without moving a mus-cl- how many can sho now boll?" "Sho wouldn't boll any sho would of bis faco. scramble them!" well-known - THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, Cloverport, Ky. If o nlnrp of nnv ll information of all avail."' " : :: : property vy iiiatviu uac ui t nc uiccHenriugc , :;:"i..u jaoie klnd--retfu- r it's your ambition to own a farm or a country Subscribe Right Now Try a News Want Ad. News Real Estate Ads. - . ;zl v v Home ' Suffered Twenly-On- e Ytars years Having suffered for twenty-on- e with a pain In my side, I finally have found relief In Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Roo- t. Tho physicians called It "Mother's Pain" and injections of morphine were my only relief for short periods of time, t became so sick that I had to ADORN THE COUNTRY HOME undergo a surgical operation in New Orleans, which benefited me for two Writer Makes Some Suggestions years. When the same pain came back Which Would Seem to Be Worth one day I was so sick that I gave up Consideration. hopes of living, A friend advised me to try your Swamp Root and I at once Too many farmers would rntlier commenced using It, The firit bottle "have tliolr path from tho kitchen or Iront door of tho house and tho barn did me so much good that I purchased two rows of corn than to sec two more bottles. I am now on my sec a nlco bluegrass lawn, nice shaded ond bottle and am feeling like n new 'trees, shrubs, roses and other beauti woman. I passed a gravel stone as ful flowers, nicely arranged about tho large as a big red bean and sevcrnl house. They think It Is for tho good small ones. I have not had the least f tho families that they utilize every feeling of oain since taking your foot of ground possible for tho produc- Swamp-Roo- t and I feel it my duty to tion of corn and other grain, but surerecommend this great med'clne to nil ly they are therein mistaken. It Is so wonder that the young folks on suffering humanity. Gratefully yours, MRS JOSEPH CONSTANCK, Mich farms got tired of tho rural moMHrksville. La notony and arc off to tho city. Tho Avoyelles Par. Personally appeared before me, the ornamentation of country homes Is nerly If not quite as Important as .tho lGth.day of July, 1911, Mrs. Joseph production of the best fruits and vege- Constance, who subscribed the above & HELPS Tnw Finally Found Relief f r? 14feeJI - fc - & jrto SMLr7f KscaJwl!-4slJaJ-rsf- lJ - fSLB r&& vsAtf' trv-- . ,'" "V B WSs&ZCTi $y& 1(I.."V a' ' &;s-K.r-iw.- f A - ' ? JJb&iJfiMd J'iC.fV. '. ft I tn A s. -..'r. -- - -- - -- -r .!. i p t ' ( nu r. . mi ifoti"ns-- x t.u ZFk?V'-7Er- If You Went To Buy fJWwm QV RAW COTTON Which Field Would You Select From? It is ' Ml rfv i natural to suppose that you would select from tho field on tho left. Why? Because the Held on tho left. shows an abundunt, healthy growth, whilo that on tho right indicates a sickly crop that tables. What Is there that could bo more fascinating to children than an abundance of good fruit and beautiful flowers? It teaches them to observe nature, and when they once learn to understand more about tho .beautiful work of oiture they cannot bo driven from their beautiful homo In tho country. Never mind about tho location, for it matters not whero you live or what rriay bo tho lay of your grounds, you can make It beautiful and Interesting by planting tho right kinds of fruits, vegetables and flowers In tho right way and atendlng to them properly. Now, don't say or think that it Is too much work, for without missing tho time you can make a wonderful Improvement If you only set your head to it. One writer has the following to say on this subject: "It Is really a pity to see how tho young men are swarming to tho cities for employment when they could do so much better by Btaylng on the farm. If they only knew It. When I say that tho average farm boy leaves homo because it Is too monotonous I think I can prove the correctness thereof with the statement that there Is not one young man leaves a fruit farm with beautiful surroundings to where there are ten leavo the average grain farm where fruits and ornamentation aro overlooked. That persistent struggle forthe almighty dollar is supposed to Mo for the good of your family, but n I am sure you will succeed much the contentment and health of ifcr family by changing your plans In anner indicated above." Los An- Tlmes. well-knowbet-terl- statement and made oath that the same is true in substance and in ftict. Wm. Moiirow, Notary Public. Dr. Kilmer & Co. Qlnsrhimton. N. Y. Lctten to would never he an investment. Tho same principle applies to purchases of Dry Goods as well as personal requirements and homo needs. You do not want to make your selections from sickly assortments or that only faintly represent the trend of fashion but you do want to choose from full and copious assortments that repiescnt all that is new nnd worth having. During the last few weeks wo have received many thousand dollars worth cars and Footwear for women and children. Now Millinery, New of new goods. New Rcady-to- Carpets, New Kugs, New Furniture, Now Draperies, New House Furnishings, Now Footwear, Now Furnishings for men and boys, nnd it will bo a pleasure to show you these new things, believing that our prices will interest you as much as tho beauty of tho goods Prove What Swamp-Roo- t Will Do For You Send to Dr. Kilmer & Co., Bingham ton, N. Y., for a sample bcttle. It will convince nnyonc. You will also receive a booklet of valuable information, telling all about the kidneys and bladder. When writing, be sure to mention The Breckenrldge News, Cloverport, Ky. Regular fifty cent and size bottles for sale at all drug stores. one-doll- I 1 just" Walked .Out With It. There camo Into tho ofllco of a western lawyer n man who was because his wife had left him, and he feared she would run him into debt all over the country. "In that case," said the lawyer, "you had better post her." His client, not knowing what posting meant, said he did not know where she had gone, and besides, she was fully as strong as he, and he did not believe he was able to post her. The attorney explained that he meant putting a notice in the newspapers saying: "Whereas, my wife Helen has left my bed and board without any ox-cit- Charge Accounts Solicited We cordially invite Should you find it inconvenient to come to our Store, remember that we have a MAIL ORDER DEPARTMENT that will take care of your wants. And we will deliver free all goods mailable by Parcel Post. Purchases not mailable by Parcel Post, and that amount to $5 00 or more, will be delivered free by either freight or express. Railroad Fares Refunded We rebate to out-of-town this advertisement to open a charge account with the readers of "But that ain't true," interrupted the client. "She didn't leave my bed. She took It with her." Sunday Magazine. us. If you can't come in person, just send satisfactory reference with application for J. BACON r m "iNCORPORAThU ifTi a SO "Muia . customers 5 per cent of their total purchases up to the amount of their round trip railroad fare; this makes it possible for you to come to Louisville at practically our expense. irWHaTfMiiTT iB credit. mini i i' Louisville, Ky. ii pi . IkW "Suffered dny and night the torment of itching piles. Nothing helped mo Look to Your Plumbing. Speed of American Trains. until I used Doan's Ointment. The reYou know what happens in a house "Should passenger train bo permitsult whs lastirg." Hon. John R. Garwhich the plumbing is in poor condi ted to run at a speed of 50 miles an rett, Mayor, Girard, Ala. Adv. tion everybody in the house is liable hour?" was asked of Mr. H. W. Bel to contract typhoid or some other fever Men Have Higher Regard for Poetry. knap, chief of government's Inspectors The digestive organs perform the same safety appliances. A public librarian recently gave mo of "No person In tho world," Mr. functions .in the human body as the evidence that man's regard for poetry replied, "can give an answer to plumbing does for the house, and they Is greater than woman's. Many such a question and make it of general should be kept in first cIhss condition and other students ill the time. If you have any trouble his library, and corrie in quest application. Fifty miles on some with your digestion take Chamberlain's of books to help them In the study of roads may bo safer than 30 miles on Is roads matter of tablets and you are certain to get literature. He finds that whe,n set. to otherweight ofIt rails,a cars, signals roadand study a poet, the man student usually bed, julck relief. For sale by all dealers. borrows that poet's works to read for management. Very few American Adv. trains, however, reach an average of himself, but tho woman saysr "Oh, I don't want to wade through 50 miles an hour. The fastest of the How to Kill Grasshoppers. specials between New York all that; give mo a book that will extra-far.Since a live grasshopper will eat a summarize his ideas and tell me what and Chicago average 54 miles for the dead grasshopper a Missouri farmur I ought to think about him." trip, but at places reach tho speed of mixed Paris green and bran together way is to give the girl 85 miles. But thoso aro the most And the usual and let a grasshopper eat it It died, a book that tells her what a man scientifically operated trains in the 20 ate it up and they died; 400 and thinks she ought to think about poe- country. They are operated for speed 20 and they died; 8,000 ato try." London and for safety, and steel cars give Chronicle. iAl i.'. 'inn nA !.... UICU J.VV,VUU nin vw m some assurance that the worst thing ,jxvu uhu lllCJ ,u,i. iRnnnn thQ 8,00 and they dled and which can be imagined won't happen oven if a rail gives way or a wheel Found a Cure for Rheumatism. ci nua uuuuiuu uu muij; cars, in "I sulTered with rheumatism for two breaks down the middle. Stoel Harsh physics react, weaken the years and could not get my right hand I want to say, aro a great protection to life, as was shown on tho Fourth bowels, will lead to chronic constipa- to my mouth for that length of time,1' of July, this year, near East Corning. tion, Doan's Regulets operate easily. writes Lee L. Chapman, Mapleton N. Y. A standing train of one buffet $(t a box at all stores. Adv. Iowa. "I suffered terrible pain so I car, seven sleeping cars and two day could not sleep or lie still at night coaches, all mado of wood but one nt Five years ago I began using Chamber- the coaches, which was tUo second lain's Liniment and In two months I car from tho end of tho train, wob at a high was well nnd have not sulTered with run Into by an express goingpaBSongornJ Gome One! Gome all! ' For sale by all rate of speed. Thirty-ninrheumatism since. were killed nnd and two dealers. Adv. employes were Injured. Tho wooden coach was pounded into splinters. Tho steel coach was bent at tho ends, and SAW TrtROUGH HIM after telescoping the Bloeper Just s of Its length, was ahead for torn from Its trucks and turned over. Only two fatalities occurred In this car. It was placed, on new wheels, and was sound enough to be taken to tho repair shops. Tho woodor. coach and Bleeping car, or what remained of them, woro gathered up and de stroyed by fire at tho side of tho track." No line Uef-kna-p pupil-teachers fre-que- st iii I -- o ate'se Thinks Employes Careless. All cars aro now equipped with relates a railroad expert, talking of accidents to employes. Still 257 men were killed or Injured last year while adjusting couplers with their feet as tho cars camo together. The cars would hava coupled mechanically; kicking was wholly unnecessaryIt Is theso little unnecessary risks that habituate men to lake all kinds of chances, and somo day a passenger train goes Into a siding and bo Is ground to pieces. All railroaders, from the Italian who repairs tho roadbed to the president of tho company, should havo tho fact driven Into their heads and then clinched that they are tho custodians of the lives of hundreds of human beings. That, It seems to mo. is tho first principle of railroading. Fur. thermore, tho railroad Is no placo for booze fighters, poker playors, dreamers or reckless lads who llko to experiment with hazardB. Tho service calls for steady reliable and conscientious and for Intelligent men whose minds act Instantly and accurately." Cough Medicine for Child en. Too much care cannot be used in so lectin,' a cough medicine for children It should bo pleasant to take, contain no harmful substance and bo most ef fectual. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy meets these requirements aud is a favorite wjth the mothers of young children eveiy where. For sale by all dealers. Adv. Not Up to Sample. plain-lookin- I ' " ," Ask the Farmer Who Has One what wonders the Cumberland Telephone works for him. IJo will reply: 1 Sells my products; 4 Protects the home 2 Gets the best prices 5 Helps the housewife 3 Brings supplies GJ nereides profits 7 Piiys for itself over nnd over Seven cardinal reasons why YOU should be inteiested nnd send today for booklet. For information call Manager Cumberland Telephone & Telegraph (lllWI MUI Co. (DUt H. E. ROYALTY PERMANENT Cumb. Phone 18. Residence 'lieltman House DENTIST Kentucky Hardinsburg, ::: Office Over Farmers Bank A jTOTIUNG - Reserve Fund sum e let me look after your.... two-third- Insurance too big No line too small Represent the oldest line of Fire, Life and Accident Insurance of any companies in the United States. All been tried and gave perfect satisfaction. A elderly maiden, having noticed a marriago advertisement in, tho paper, entered Into correspondence with tho advcrtlsor, and arranged to meet him at tho railway station. As a tokon of recognition sho sont him a small cutting of tho dress sho should wear on tho occasion, and by an early train to the placo Accidents will happen, but the best of meeting. Hero sho waited for all regulated families keep Dr. Thomas' tho trains, but In vain, and returned Eclectic Oil for such emergencies. homo, bitterly disappointed. Next day Two sizes 25 and 50c at all stores. sho read In tho paper: "I liked the pattern well enough, but Adv. didn't caro for the piece." London Tit-Blt- I reserve against futuro necessity or opportunity. It begets confidence; it dissipates worry. Start riirht, with a strong nnd safe institution, allowing n good interest. is more essential to success and happiness than n neat sum set aside and constantly accumulating as a 1 FIRST STATE BANK, :: Irvington, Ky. J. C. PAYNE, Cashier Results From Ads Are Wonderful While our mother has control of the poultry we answer all inquiries addressed to us. We hope to do more business with you In the future. Need printed matter now. Will see you goon. Wishing you the best of success. We remain, Smart Bros., Hardinsburg, R. R. No, 0. Tile LAXATIVE BROMO Quintoe. It topi tU Cough and UcaiUcbe and worka ell the Cold Uniigiiti refund money If it fail to curr . W, UKOVh'b aignatuie ou each box, 3U X C. TAUL, Clovtrport, Agent Ky. brldgea on both xlUi'H of tho stream to Reggy Bluff I was going to ask you' u treu up the tmuli. If tlfty rardx olT to go sleighing today, but last night's It will do nil rig lit. or If none plant posts ou the bunks tlvo feet deep mid rain has thawed the roads. Peggy Quick Ohl I don't doubt I tlo to tbese, nud If tho plunk on ttio shall enjoy the auto ride quite as brldgo Is well nulled with twenty welL penny wlro nulls hlgb water will nut carry off the bridges every (rabet. uh Progressive Is bow often the case. Farmer. 10 Secure Farm Bridges. Uso No. I'.' who. but .No. U In strong er, from the upper ulllri of your fiinn A healthy man is a king in his own rlcht; an unhealthy man an unhappy sluve. For impure blood nnd sluggish, liver, use Burdock Blood Hitters. On the market 35 years. $1.00 a bottle. -- Adv. Subscribe Now $3 ,tfV CA " Mr, Babbage: Having secured the mall route, all mall should be addressed as enclosed. Allow me to. tell you the ads that we placed with you last fall have been wonderful, especially the swine ad. We have a number of Inquiries each week from the past ad. Louisville Evening Post You do not know how the farmers are and Breckenrldge News oae year 3.50. wakhig up to the thoroughbred line. To Cure a Cold In One Day & K -- IXilLji.. fcLiu mrnmrn mm THE BRECKENRIDGE NEWS, JNO. I). BAUBAGE, Editor and Publislicr Iluwcsvillo 1ms designated April 10, Olovcrport should follow suit. Gn Clean-u- p Day for that city. Celebrated Farm. Issued Every Wednesday. The Telltale DON'T GET DISCOURAGED EIGHT PAGES. CLOVERPORT, KY., WEDNESDAY, APR. 2, 1913 Subscription price $1.00 n yenr in advance. BUSINESS LOCALS 10c per line, and 6c for each additional GAUDS OF THANKS ovor fivo lines charged for at tho rate of 10 conts per lino. OBITUARIES charged for at tho rato of 5 cents per lino, mono? in advance. Examine tho label on your paper. If it is not correct please aotify us. insertion. JUDGK MOORMAN'S CANDIDACY. Tho Meade County Messenger of March 21, said: "Tho careful attention of our readers is hereby directed to the announcement of Judge Henry DoIIavcn Mooiman, of Breckenridge county, for Commonwealth's Attorney. This announcement, within ifcclf, is a convincing argument whv he should recnivo the support of Mcado county, and tho district, and bo elected. Ho is a unlis-uall- y man, coming from a largo family of fighting Democrats, is an his services to his ahlo and eloquent young lawyer. He offered county in youth, was tho younccst County Judge ever elected in Kenself-mad- e s .' ' gressivc citizen; possessing great couiMge, much energy and tne highest sense of honor. As an editor, some years ajzo, ho evinced capacity and fearlessly expressed his convictions. As County Judge, ho reorganized tho county government of Breckenridge county, and, as County Chairman, ho has reunited his party and has the confidence of his people. But fow voung men enjoy tho largo liny practice that ho does, and his general usefulness is well known. His public service has been characterized by ability, honesty, fearlessness und progreysiveness, and tho way a man stands at home is the bestI'Crn .. i ...i... i. :.. ICSU Ul ...i WHO llllll WIlllL IIU 15. limn '""p""'" J I ltu i,.,..n n nniMnrW' nriflo in his cord and ambition. "Jud"C Moorman says he is runninir his own race for Commonwealth's Attorney, regardless of all other races, either in the counties, districts or state, and this is a wise policy." Tho Brcckenridso Xcws, as an observer of Judge Moorman's public and private conduct from his maturity, indorses every word of the foregoing editorial. Our citizens, regardless of politics, will do the Mime. Judge Moorman is a man of energy and integrity with force of character and ambition, and the chai actor of his public service has earned for him the advancement sought. In all fairness, it is Breckenridge county's time, and, with the character of the candidate wo present and the merit of his appeal, we confidently predict his election. If ho is, judging by his past record, he will discharge his duties in such manner as to reflect credit on himself, our county and tho district. As a charitable and progressive citizen, honest and capable oflicial, true Democrat, able young lawyer, and worthy aspirant, we commend Judge Mooi man's candidacy to the voters of our county and the district. . ..!... i t... 1 . Unnn .mnnnWnrl nc nn nrriVR. tl Oful lind UfO- - Babbage has been apoointcd receiver of the Sagamore Coal Company and also for a large lumber company which has gone into bankruptcy with assets over $20,000. He carries on his work from his law office, a suite of rooms in the handsome new theater building in Pineville. Dear Mr. llahbuRe: J left Sample the latter part of February. I am now employed as jjardencr on the celebrated Morjfnn farm at 50 per month, The 15. I'. A., movement Hint we promFind enclosed one dollar for The ised to inaugurate', interests breeders Hreckenridse New. Yours truly. .1 t. more perhaps than rtnythitig else, and Wis. In care of Mor brielly explained i9 tills: Dowell, We enroll the name of each and every March 21, Jgl.3 gan farm. patron ns n member of the "Ilreedcrs' g Association." You pay no fees or dues, nssesments or anything Sales And Improvements. of the kind. Benefits you may derive as ns a memWilliam Arnold has sold his propeity Asber of the "Breeders' rrofit-shariiiIn Irvington to Tom Thomas for $800, sociation," come through the enlarged Mr. Arnold has bought Lee Ycaecr's market we will bring to you. We arc almost constant ndvertisers, protcrty on the hill for $300, and will not only in this county but we cover move his family hero Lee Yeaer has "Kentucky, Indiana and .Tennessee ns rented the Patterson farm near town well. When not advertising one thing The Murray Roofing Tile Company we are advertising another. This keeps what we lmve to sell before the public are making extensive improvements to nnd brings us buyers. We sell our corn their plant nnd fnnn seeds by judicious advertising. We disjwsed of a large diary herd W. W. Farnsworth Is building a six using the medium that would room cottaire on his lot near the City quickly by reach dairymen. Hall. J, M. Lewis is the,contrnctor. We were successful in bringing you a long as Charlie Lvons. of McQuadv. Is build- - good cash buyer for your wool so money. we kept sheep, and it made you in? a five room cottage. Abe Bryant Is And now that ourattention istohorses doing the work. nnd mules, our field is very much enlarged and enriched and we promise you something that you never had before. Mr. Babbage In Louisville. It's this: In advertising our own things advised A. Wallace Babbage of the law firm we will keep the outside world as to horses and mules of this Association. of Logan & Babbage, of Plnevll'e" was In Louisville Monday. Besides en We will Have Mule Day; j ying a splendid lew practice Mr We will Have Horse Day; Tick of Time IT'S ALL FOR THE BEST After tho recession of tho wutcrs, next in order come? warm weather nnd fly time Komembcr I'm headquarters for Ik-lol- I'rofit-slinrin- Screen Doors, Windows, Galvanized and Black Screen Wire And there is no bettor disinfectant than a fresh cont of paint on tho outside of your houso with tho insido varnished and fktkoatted. I havo tho poods with skilled workmen to apply them, yrho Hood has inconvenienced mo a little, but I rose with the wntors wearing a smiling face and cojors Hying, and you will bo bcrved promptly at tho tamo prices, everything in Building Material and Builders' Hardware. Door, Window and Screen Frames mado to order. You'll bo pleased if you do and regret if you don't get my prices bo fore buying olsowhore. Planing Mill Work to Order MARION WEATHERHOLT; General Contractor Cloverport, Kentucky We will then have horse and mule day We will have the local buyer and the foreign buyer, and all the buyers present and you will sell your mules enough higher to pay our breeding fee. This, then, is the same thing as free service, and we hope to bring it about. By coming to us you connect witli a live wire that runs straight into the best mule markets, and we pay all expenses. Join the B. V. A. together. Lp us bepyou irk Branch Mail Service. Irvingtou and Ilardinsburg are not marooned by any means. Both towns Dr. are netting mail every day by the way of Earlington. P. W. Foote & Son, Farm Two Allies South of IrvlnRton, Ky. i '"' wBm .ms&w l of the members and the school children need now is the Let tho people of Cloverport show their true citizens at.d patrons. appreciation of tho High School and those who work for its success by giving, as liberally as they can, to the Concrete Walk Fund. The school certainly needs this walk and new front steps that arc positively dangerous for little folks. If you do not realize or cannot conceive tho necessity of this concrete walk, visit tho school yard on a rainy day or look at your children's shoes. If every one would give 50 cents, the amount of $150 would soon be raised. The Breckenridge News opens the list with a subscription of $2. Send in your contribution to Prof. Culton now and you will be given oredit. Tho comfort and good it will do the children will be returned to you in someway, some time, a pleasure that shall be a hundredfold. The fund U as follow: Kentucky Belle. School Board Breckenridge News Citizen , HELP THE SCHOOL CHILDREN. In tho wake of school improvement Cloverport is coming to the front, and while the town has no special organization to improve the school and its building, the School Board has done a great deal for the betterment of C. II. S. during the last two years, and one can say further that tho Boaid could not have done better. "What tho Board Going Some By Rex Beach A Romance of Strenuous Affection t"& If you are worried about the future, or about vour present affaird COME IN and consult us We are In touch always with profitable itm vestments. We can help you while you are LIVING; we can also carei for your affairs after you are DEAD, by acting as Executor, Administer! tor or Trustee. Come in and we shall be pleased to CONKIDh.MTIAL.UYJ discuss your affairs with you, either for the present or for the future. fime lb isfen Come in. ( Let Our Bank be Your Bank "Total Resources, Including Trust Investments $600,000 00" SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES fOR ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR ; Ky. THE BANK OF HARDINSbURG & TRUST CO. Hardinsburx Try a News Want Ad. 9 m gaKSSSSsrSsaSsJts-SSiEatsiEtsSiSEitsStajl e Q $30 80 25 00 2 00 50 Chester Dare CHESTER DARE is a coal black stallion, Cyears-old- , 10 hands high und without a blemish, good eaddlo and har- OUR GOOD FRIEND, THE COW. Dr. W. P. Foote, at his recent stock sale, made tho following remarks of much interest to those who appreciate tho family cow: "Friends, I want to thank you, for I very much appreciate your presence at this sale and confidently predict that you will appreciate any cow that you arc fortunate enough to secure. so closely related to man and to family life as tho cow, and especially tho Jersey cow. "From tho time wo are born to tho timo wo dicwo require milk, We are pleased to announce that we have arranged to print as our next serial this screaming comedy. "There's no animal j? f v ttrJU J and most of tho timo tho products mado from milk; and nothing gives such completion to any menu as good rich milk, delicious cream and ness horso and and weighs 1,200 pounds. Ho will make tb3 season of 1913 at Waggoner Bros', farm on the pike between Hardinsburg and Cloverport. butter. "More men and women dream of some day owning a good Jorsoy cow than aspiro to any other one thing in tho world, and comparatively fow comprehend what she may bo mado to produco in tho way of fumily support. Onco regarded a luxury, but since the great bat tle of tho breeds in 1893, sho's everybody's cow; and since high cost of living is to bo reckoned with, sho's tho poor man's cow." THE SCREEN ORDINANCE. Cloverport has passed tho chicken ordinance it should Now that not bo content to sit up and let tho flies Bwnrm around tho city's food. This ordinance requires that all restaurants, grocery stores, bread wagons, etc., must bo screened by April tho first. If everybody would begin today to swat tho fly, much illness would during tho summer. Uo THE is all about a house-part- y on a Western they are a jolly group of young people. Trouble arises from the fact that the hero has led his friends to believe he is an athlete, when, as a matter of fact, he never did anything more athletic than lead the cheering for the others. His predicament and that of a fat man who is with him as his "trainer" form a humorous background for a STORY Terms : $10 to insuro a colt to stand andsuck. ' Money duo when coU is foaled or maro removed. dashing love romance. You will enjoy it thoroughly! Watggotver Bros. Better Subscribe for The News Right Now . prevented Wo add tho following now announcements this week: Hon. D. II. Severs, of this city, for Representative; James M. Withers, of Kirk, for County iludgo. Mr. Severs is well known to tho Democrats of this county, having sorved tho people as Roprcsontativo before. Mr.' Withers is a woll known citizen and Democrat, and comes from a staunch Democratic family, and is tho first of tho name to seek an oflice. Don't Miss the Opening Instalment ! Rill I S PHD w.rmu-sAIF! WXjmj w quick. Also one pair grey We have 12 Shorthorn and Pol led Durham bulls for sale. Will be priced low to move them mules and' Poland China gilts. W. R. MOORMAN & SON, Glen Dean, Kyu mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Try a News Want Ad. They bring quick result' ijr- -- - MM1 iTSgSTSSfpWrSw": S&e Breckenridge News WEDNESDAY, APR. 2, 1913 fintercd at tho Post Onllcent Cloverport, Ky as second clnM matter THIS PAPER Chickens Barred Rocks Buff and Black Orphingtons Eggs For Hatching ANNOUNCEMENTS. A i. Wa. rv t s. For Sale-- - 9ffi5f?34S& i 0 Reading--Special- Make the Best of the &&7&i3ti2C?3tZ&52?X?ZS'?P2 Note- - AdvprtKers nlrnno not I ft tlm iilltnr when you waii advertisement discontinued, LONG EVENINGS AT HOME ly REPRESENTED FOR FOREIGN ADVERTISING BY THE Large Steel Range Itov-r-Ham-ma- n, while the water is high for Wo The Stale Senate COR SALE Largo Steel lUngo with voir. Kor articular co Harry Oloverport, Ky. A good NEW YORK AND CHICAGO BRANCHES IN ALL THE PRINCIPAL CITIES GENERAL OFFICES HATES FOR POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS Smart Bros. R. For For For For For For I I son, Ky. $ 2 CO Precinct nnd city Offices Tor Representative 6 00 Hardinsburg, Ky. County Offices Portable Steam Engine Wo are authorised to announce $ 16.00 State riuI District Offices POR HALEI. I. CasoS b.p. portable steam TIIK HON. It. II. BF.VKKH, 10 Calls, per line engine of ClovcrtKirt, a a'candldato for Kepreen-tallv- o W. II. Holt. with well machine; in good order. Irvlngtoii. Ky. 10 Cards, per line of llrcckenridfto county, subject to Tom Pauley, a surprise birthday din- tho action of the Democratic Party, Primary All Publications In tbe inter-es- t For Sale Tobacco. election Aiir.S ner at their home, 611 E. Washington ot individuals or expression Kino poll MALE In 5 to Chewing Tobacco,10 nat- Wo aro authorized to announce Ural leaf. 20 pound lots at cents ,10 Street in Louisville. Those present of individual views per line.... per pound delivered to any point In Ilreckcn-MdeJESSE It MILLKR, couny. Phillip Carter, Oioverort, were: Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Pauley, of Hninplc. psh candidate for Representative Mnttoon, III., Mrs. Mary Wilson, Mr. of HrtckenMdKo county, subject to tho elec- n of the Democratic party, Primary and Mrs. T. B. Adams and children. tion August 2nd. For Sale Lumber. Wo are authorized to announce poll SALE Lumher. Can furnish a mati 1 Minnola T. and Truman Adams. I g act-Io- R. No. J For Sale Registered Poland China Boar JESSK WIIITWOUTII, EOK SAl.K-O- no ret'sterrd Poland China of HnrdlnMmrjr, 11 candidate for tho Stnto Hoar, M years olds weighs 275 pounds. Senate, suhjwt to the a lion of tli.t DemoGuaranteed to bo all right. 1'ayior Unwell, cratic party, Primary election AnxnH2. Irvliutton, Ky. Wo aro authorized to nnnounco Tor Sale Spraying Outfit I). O. OKAY, .V; Morse (Juso- of Mmdorounty ni a candidate fortlioStato COR lino Spraying outfit complete, ready for Senate, subject 10 tho action of tho Demouse. IJned 0110 Ncnoon. C. R. lllack, Addicratic party, Primary election Augusts. 11 HALE-Onornlrh- anW ntu mithorlred to nnnounco list at 50c; by mall 12c extra. We mention a few of the titles Max The Lady of Big The Man in Lower 10 Shandy The Hungry Heart The Seige of the 0 Minutes Late j Si'itors The Inner Shrine The Husband's Story ' Aladdin of London The Jinx The 2nd Generation A Robinson Crusoe The Daughter of a Butterfly on the Wheel AI- - LOCAL BREVITIES For Representative. J. L. Rhodes, Axtel, was in Glon Dean Friday. Mrs. John'D. Babbage has been ill for several days. Miss Mamie DeHaven has returned home from Louisville. Miss Louise Moorman, of Glen Dean, was in Louisville last week. Mrs. Henry Wendelken has returned home from Gregory, Texas. Miss Marparet Burn entertains the Girls Club Friday afternoon. Miss Alma Perkins is visiting the Misses Hook' in Hnrdlnsburg. Proceedings at a Special Called Mr. and Mrs. George Huber have returned home from Louisville. Term January 31, 1913. Morris H. Beard, of Hardins-burghas returned home from Florida.-At a Fiscal Court continued and held Mlse Clara Dyer, of Ashbury College, in and for Breckeniidge county nt the was here enroute to Louisville Wedne- court house in Hardinsburg on the 31st day of January, IOI3. Present Hon. L. sday. Mr. Charles Sawyer is in West Point L. Waggoner, Judge of the Breckenvisiting his sister, Mrs. Richard White-hous- ridge County Court, presiding, with the following named Justices of the Peace, G. A. Wright, G. N. Harris, The Rev. Mr. Cottrell attended the Sunday school institute atHardinsburg S. P. Drury, D. J. Qulgginsand B. A. Whlttinghill. Motion by Justice G. N. Sunday. Harris, seconded by Justice B A. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Carter were in Whittinghill that L. L. Waggoner, Henderson last Sunday the euest of County Judge, be and he is hereby au- To the Democrats of Breckenridge County: I hereby announce myself as a canare authorlacd to nnnounco didate for Representative of BreckenJ. It. LAYMAN, Negro Mill Farm For Sale ridge county in the lower house of the of Kllzabethtown. as a candidate for Circuit .ludeo f tho Ninth Judicial District, subject 44iaGEll"orIIIll farm for sale. (A acres next General Assembly of Kentucky, 10 1110 action 01 trio Heme less. Mir particulars write cratic party in the Frank more English, Sklllman. Ky. subject to the action of the Democratic Primary election August 2. primary to be held In August 1q13. For County Judge Your vote and influence kindly soWo aro authorized to announce Respectfully, licited. JAS. M. WITHERS, D. H. SEVERS. of Kirk, as candidate for County .Twine, of ..Permanent.. HreckenrldKocoiintv, subjtclto the action Cloverport, Ky., March 31, I9I3. of tho Democratic Party, Primary election . auk. 1 any hill he may want. Clias. Tabellng, MJOKMAN DITTO, Tar Fork, Ky. of Glen Dean, as u candidate for Representative of IlreckenrldRe county, subject to tho For Sale Seed Corn. action of tho Democratic party lu Primary Election August::. Seed Corn. Hotli poll SALE-Cho- lco son county and lloono county Whlto I) nt For Circuit Judge at 81.50 per bushel. Selected when gathered. Frank English, Sktlltnan, Ky. Wo Arrows of The Magnate Graustark David Harum mighty J. ia; C. NOLTE & CLOVERPORT, KY. BRO.i 2rn Dr.W. B.TAYLOR 11 -- hscOSt Wo aro authorized to announce SAM D. D1X. 11 Dentist nf rntilinnwtmrr tiu ixiiwlliltitn fn Pitinfu Judge of llrpckenrldge county, subject to y 1110 iicuun 01 1110 puny, election August 2nd Wo are authorize d to announce rri-mar- Irvington, Kentucky jr , 1)11. R. T. DEMPSTER, of Glen Dean, as it uindldatc for County Judge of Hreckensldgo county, subject to Dr. Jesse Baucum e. to-w- it: tho action of tho Democratic party Primary elect'on, August. 2nd. We arc authorized to nnnounco MIKE MILLER. of HardlnsburK, as a candidate for County Judge of Ilreckcnridire count v sublect to tho ILntlfin nf thn llprrmrriirw iitirtv l'rlmtirv election August 2. Wp aro authorized to announce T. J HOOK, of Hardinsburg. as a candidate for County Judgo of HrcckcnrlUfre county subject to tho action of tho Democratic; party. Primary election August 2. Wo aro authorized to announce W. C. MOORMAN, PHONE No. Dentist Cloverport, 2-R RESIDENT "Get Out of the Rut" and save money on Ky. Ofllce Opposite Gibson's Drug St ro the Finish of your Valls and Ceilings Henry G. Yeager Contractor and Builder. Cumberland Phono 22-- Y Ask our denier in your town for our beautiful book:"ModcrnMet7od of Finishing Walls" giving color schemes and practical suggestions and full information about Cloverport, Ky. Kstitnates furnished for nil kinds of work, Write or phone me at Cloveqort. PEE-GE- E Pee-Ge- e FLATKOATT MANUFACTURED BT super-codin- thorized to receive bids for cleaning the t 'Miss Bessie Sims, of Bowling Green, public privy and let contract to the low isfvislting Mrs. D. W. Falrleigh in est and best bidder; and the amount .DuisviUe. necessary to pay same Is appropriated .Mrs. Zack Hardin and Miss Forrie for that purpose payable out of IOI3 irdin, of Holt, were guests of Mrs. levy. Came the County Judge, L. L. Wagit ottiiuniiu odiuiuay. of Stephensport, goner, and announced the appointment Mrs. E. Connor, as here last week vlsitiqg her son of R. M. Basham, County Surveyor, as Road Engineer, his time of office to berwho is operator at the shops. gin April 1, IOI3, and to extend to Oct. Steel safety deposit boxes for rent, 1, 11)14. Upon motion of A. the rent is reasonable and might be Whittinghill, which was Justice B. unanimously your valuable th means of saving unanipapers from lire or burglary. The carried, the appointment was mously confirmed and said appointFarmers Bank, Hardinsburg, Ky. ment of R. M. Basham is made the orBarnes McGovern, son of Mr. and Mrs. der of the court. It is ordered that the William McGovern, Is seriously ill of said R. M. Basham execute bond to be typhoid fever-a- t his home at Victoria. approved by the County Judge. Mrs Wicklifle Moorman has returned, Upon motion of Justice G. A. Wright home from Versailles where she was seconded by Justice G. N. Harris, the the guest of Mr. and M.s. Charles following resolution was unanimously Moorman. adopted by the court, Resolved, That in Pal Garner, the and Mrs Foster Heyser are makMr ing Deland, Florida, their home. They retiring Road Supervisor of Breckenare keeping house and Mr. Heyser has ridge county, we found an efficient and capable officer; one who was courteous a position there. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold and family, of in his official actions, and who in the Ir7lngton, arrived Saturday. They opinion of the Court made an indushave bought the residence of Mr. Lee trious and efficient officer. The Court expresses its appreciation of his servgeron the hill. ices and extends thanks to him for servMrs. Duke, who has been seriously ices to the Court, and said resolution is 111 at the home of her daughter. Mrs. made the order of this court. Minutes read and approved and court Burnett, was taken to the home of adjourned finally. Jess L. L. Waggoner, J. B. C. C. person, Robert Duke, last Saturday. Pwcold water, a little lard less than j v with ordinary fiour and a hot stove CHURCH ATTENDANCE is all you need to make the finest of t" bread out. of Perfection Self Rising Flour. Try it. MAD E Mrs. Milt Smith gave her son, Mr. to-wi- t: relatives. For Superintendent Public Schools Wo are Authorized ts announce J. W. TRENT, of Custer, as u candidate for Superintendent For County Attorney nf PubllcFchoolsof Ilrecklnrldgmounty subject to the action of tho Democratic party 111 Wo aro authorized to announce Primary election AuiMistS. V. G. UAIJHAGE. of Cloverport, as a candidate for County AtWe aro authu'iztd to unnounco torney of Breckenridge county, subject to II. A. ATER. tho action of tho Democratic party. Primary of Stephensport, as a candidate for Superln-sendeelection August 2nd of Public Schoo s of Hreckenrldgo Wo aro authorized to announce county, subjicttutho action of tho Democratic party in Primary election August 2nd. JUDGE II. C. MURRAY, of Hardinsburg. as a candidate for County Attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party at the August Prlm-iry- . For County Court Clerk We are authorized to nnnounco JOHN E. MONARCH, At Addison-Ri- ver Bottom Farms of Kirk, as a candidate for County Court Clerk of Rreckcnrldgo county, subject to tho Will Beds of Water-Farme- rs action of the Democratic party In Primary Election August 2. Suffer Untold Loss Wo aro authorized to unnounco of Glen Dciin. as 11 candldntn for Pnnntv Judgo of BrecUenrldge county subject to tho union 01 ine I'tmocruuc party. iTimnry election August 2. nt character and harmonious effect; and is tho modern wall finish for private houses and public buildings. The plain directions on each can make it easy to apply with perfect success. more expensive. Pec-GFlatkoatt ee unsanitary, The Sanitary, Durable, Flat Oil Finish g Flatkoatt is rapidly wall papers, kalsomines paints; which aro and load-and-o- il Peaslee-Oaulbe- rt (o. U HY unsatisfactory l.NCOIII'OIUTED and Louisville, Ky. S gives tone, Marion Weatherholt t'iof ipi it. Kj WHEATEVASTATED 0 VIC. ROBERTSON, of Glen Dean, as a candidate for County Court Clerk, of Ilreckenrldgu county subject to the action of tho Democratic party. Pri- Drcckenrldgo county, subject to the action Augusts. Wii are authorized to announce FINLEY MILLER. of Hardinsburg, as 11 candldato for Sheriff of Breckinridge county subject to the action of tho Democratic party. Primary election Aug. of the Democratic party In Primary Election Mr. Oscar Black at Addison telephoned to The Breckenridge News Mouday a large portion of the wheat at Addison and Holt was under water. W. T. GREGORY, Jr. of Garflold. asacundldate for County Clerk, The farms of E. S. Burk, E. H. subject to tho action of tho Democratic party Zack Hardin, Chas. Reidel, Fred Primary olectlon August 2. and Julius Dutschke are partly inundaFor Sheriff ted. The old distillery Is tloinR its best We are authorized to announce day's work and has almost given itself FRANK DeIIAVEN, of Hardinsburg. as a candidate for Sheriff of up to the raging waters. mary election August 2. We aro authorized to announce Shell-man, 1 SPRING 1.. n MILUNtriT UnNlNUi Wo For Jailor are authorized to announce ROE HOOK. of Hardinsburg. as a candidate for Jailor of tirccxcnriago county, subject to tbe action of tbe Democrats In Primary Election, Aug. 2. are authorized to announce G. W. MILLER, of Kirk, as a candidate for Jailor of Hreckenrldgo countv subject to the action of tho Democrats In Primary Election August 2nd. Wo Wc Keep Your Books Wo furwithout charge. nish you puss and check books. Our experienced accountants keep an accurato record of every ponnT you doposit, withdraw or check out, and render an accounting to you whenever you wish it. "Wo provide burglar proof safes, and every other safeguard for your "if Conscientious money. service hero costs you not one cent. Can you airord not. to have an account with this safe bank? " I JH April S9 '13 The season's latest designs in all fash- ions and shapes. When you want the best in millinery, we are the people who can deliver the goods. A nice souvenir will be given to each lady attending our opening day. We have a nice selection on sale now. 1 m $s H Ho M c P m M. M Showing-So- me jfevu Members Regulars-Oth- ers Reli- v 4Q2flF ables-Some Good-Interes- ting Reports Two 11 We are Authorized to announce Our different lines in Men's and Ladies' m TIOE HENDRICK, tic party at the August Primary. Given Out-O- nly Attend as candidate tofor Jailor ot Hreckenrldgo county subject the action ot tho DemocraWe aro authorized to announce J. M. LEWIS, ot Hardinsburg. as a candidate for Jailor, Furnishings are complete for Spring styles m ffv Every Service. CHURCH ANNOUNCEMENTS Since January the first a regular record of the attendance of individual members upon the services of worship has been kept. The reports were sent out Monday. The Rev. Mr, Walker, pastor of the church, is very much gratified at the Increase, and the members found t'he reports very interesting. The reports were neatly and attractively printed, easy to understand Bro. Walker put a personal touch on some by writing "Your record is good, you are a reliable, you are a regular." Only two persons attended every service during the quarter; they were Miss Marguerette Walker and Miss Tula Babbage. There were forty-onseri vices and not one did the young ' girls miss. The church has 3OO members. e subject to the action ot tho Democrat party In the August Primary. ure authorized to announce CALVIN IIENDHICK. Jn., of New Bethel, as a candidate for Jailor, subject to tne action or tin- uemocratio primary Election August 2, 1913. Wo - I. B. RICHARDSON Garfield, Ky. B General Merchandise Splendid Farm 350 Acres. This farm is near Minks Hidgo in this county. Good, level, tillable land; watered with two gcod springs; 40 acres in ticubcr. It grows good high colored tobacco, either Burloy or Pryor; also whent, com and clover. Improvements, five room dwelling, ono tonant house and big tobacco burn. This land can be bought at a bargain, as tho party does not live on it and wants to boll it. It is fivo miles from llarncd Station on tho Branch. Price only $12 an acre. GOLD is one of the best preservers of the teeth because of its ductility1 male-abilitand close adaptation to the cavaties and margins of the teeth. y, ure authorized to announco nit. o. a. mil. of Hardinsburg. as u candidate for Jailor of Breckenridge county, subject to tho action of the Democratic nartv In Primary Election August 2. Wo It Is proof against the acids of the mouth and stomach and affords the greatest resistance to the arduous and trying duties of mastication, We tti.Vt. n Knppfaltv nf ftnlil T?l11fttrix nf I h reasonable prices. W. A. WALKER, Dentist HardiHsbtirg, Ky. OMka avr IUkry For Assessor aro authorized to announce TAYLOR TATE, of Hardinsburg, as a candidate for Assessor of Hreckenrldgo county, sublect lo the action ot the Democratic party In Primary Election August 2. We aro authorized to announce Wo The Farmers Bank, Hardinsburg, Ky. JOHN W. KENNEDY, nt Hurned. as a candidate for Assessor of DrecUlnrlujie county subject to the action ot the Uemocratio party. Primary election Aug J NO. D. DAB BAG E. ' r "How I Shall Miss You 4 3EL BBtli' SfiiinKg: DETSEI EX Bvii 5 KSfc if r n fzr AJJOMANCE OF 5TfiENU0U35FFECTOH m! When You are Grown isBssHKt rj. Jt t IN THE HEART OF THE THEATRE, SHOPPING AND OFFICE DISTRICT ESS hfx$3&L j ABSOLUTELY FIRE PROOF EUROPEAN PLAN ONLY I wi,Mk. ....MwrJi. .i. th T'" M' ' rm-iir- ,'wrlil0. 1nlr irT - SUGGESTED BY THE PiAYET SIXBEAOJUND PAUL ARMSTRONG Wlint tho poot sanjr ovoty mother's heart hits felt. Brtby't nhotosrruph taken now nnd then will pieservc tlio imnjro and memory of Imby days for all time. Clever photographers, with tho fust lenses nnd fast plates of today, also pet wonderful results in baby pictures. How long since you have hud your baby's picture taken? c llXWJRf 4 WSLT JMT' i copy-r- a ht ' !5g2vT "Bcitt Y Sinrtji 391 o snr harper o brothers "Fair nna square! uo you mean to say Hump Joe run that on tho square?" "I never said nothln' like that whatever. I mean we bet it, and we loBt it. Listen! There goes Carara's piece!" Out past tho corral floated tho announcement in a man's metallic syllables: '"The Baggage Coach Ahead,' as sung by Helena Mora for the Echo I'honograpn, or Now YorK and foot-raco TIlifBx: L s ocT tjs; fK? "s2r?- - " - 'Tjff " Hotel Henry Watterson Louisville's Most Modern Hotel Here In the newest ad most beautiful Hotel hi Louisville, you'll find every comf irt, convenience and safety. It sets a new standard, not only in point of service, but unlike other first class Hotels the charges for Elegantly Furnished Rooms are exceptionally lowand so arc the prices for our excellent Restaurant service Elegantly Furnished Ronint with hot nnd CI ftft cold rumilne water nnd private S?A.w toilet, per day 1 i:ioently Furnished Hooms with 1.JU Private Bath, per day BRABANDT, Photographer Speed?" "Well, you see, Berkeley and Helon didn't quite hit It off, and Mr. Speed Is a friend of Culver's." Miss Chapln blushed prettily. "Oh, I see I I thought myself that this affair had something to do with you and Culver Covington, but I didn't know It had lapsed into a sort of matrimonial round-up- . Supposo Miss Blake shouldn't care for Speed after he gets hero?" "Oh, but Bho will! That's whero Berkeley Fresno comes In. When two men begin to fight for her, she'll havo to begin to form a preference, nnd I'm sure it will bo for Wally Speed. Don't you see?" The brother looked at his sister shrewdly. "It seems to me you learned a lot at Smith." Jean tossed her head. "How absurd! That sort of knowledgo is perfectly natural for a girl to have." Then sho teased: "But you admit that my selection of a chaperon was excellent, don't you, Jack?" "Mrs. Keap and I aro tho best of friends," Jack averred, with Bupreme' dignity. "I'm not in tho market, and a man doesn't marry a widW, anyhow. It's too old and experienced a beginning." "Nonsense! Robert Keap is only twenty-three- . Why, sho hardly knew her husband, even! It was one of those suddenf impulsive affairs that would overwhelm any girl who hadn't seen a man for four years. And then he enlisted in the Spanish War, and was killed." "Considerate chap!" "Roberta, you know, is my best friend, after Helen. Do be nice to her, Jack." Miss Chapin sighed. "It tho others couldn't come." house-parthas its disadvantages. what's that gold thing on your frock?" "It's a medal. Culver sent i? to "Yes, Is too bad .. v &!:' yT rK V.B III 'I I CHAPTER I. OUR cowboys Inclined tholr "If you roped him for Helen Blako to brand, why havo you sent for Wally CHURCH DIRECTORY bodies over the fenco which marked the dl- vidlng lino between the Cen- tlpedo Ranch nnd their own, Btnrlng mournfully into a barbed-wire Cloverport Churches BaptUt Church riRP,1 S?J?a School. 0:30 . v i. i K r i tho far southwestern country knows. And as the four inclined their bodies, they Inclined also their ears, after tho b trained manner of listeners who foel anguish at what they hear, A toIco, shrill and human, pierced tho night like a needle, then, with a wail of a tortured soul, died away amid discordant raspings: the voice of a phonograph. It was their own, or had been until one day, when the Flying Heart Ranch had staked it as a wager in a with the neighboring Centi pede, and their own man had been too slow. As It had been their pride, it remained their disgrace. Dearly had they loved, and dearly lost it. It meant something that looked like honor, and though there were ten thousand thousand phonographs, in all the world there was not one that could take its place. Tho sound ceased, there was an approving distant murmur of men's voices, and then the song began: "Jerusalem, Jerusalem, Lift up your voice nnd sing " Higher nnd higher the voice mounted until it reached again its first thin, pitch. "Still Bill" Stover stirred uneasily in tho darkness. "Why'n'ell don't they keep her "Galla wound up?" ho complained . gher's got the soul of a It's criminal tlio way he massacres that hymn." From a rod farther down the wire fonce "Willie ans'wered him, In a boy's falsetto: s "I wonder If ho does It to spite mo?" "Ho don't know you're here," said Btover. Tho other camo out of tho gloom, man with a Httlo over-confide- The Cafe It in charee of Imports And tlio ctilklne nnd services Is unexcelled. Our prices nre most moderate. European service, but choice ot club breakfast, each person a. c. K. 'Iflp ov J $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00 From the dusk to tho right of tho two listeners now issued soft Spanish phrases. "Madre in Front! do Dlos! I.nrge Sample Uooma with .. $2.50 Rsthsstllcr open from 4.00 p. m. to 1 rlvato Bath, per day Music by the Finest Orchestra In the City Reservations should bo mado Table d'hote luncheon from 13:C0to Cflp S:00p, m.,per iwroii Tabic d'dote dinner, from 0:00 to CI ftfl 1,vu 8:W)p.m.. per i.rou 1.00 . 7:30 p.m. He, e. O. practice every Wednesday night? tu -mmbJ 4 V ra. nethodlst Church Methodist Sunday School. D:30a. m. Ira D. nchen. Superintendent. Sunday ntfiM.rn. and 7:30 Preachlne ejeff. p. m. Kev I11."11"1 m. trayc.r, "wetlM Wednes7:30 p day, Leaeue, reeular p' bnmneM meeting ?hTV.c.?daJ,t,n,,,?,,eHCl,nlont,' Mls rej,ld'-'-t. Ladles' Aid Foclety meets n";,1 Monday each month Mrs. ''"''dent. Ladles' Society mppts Second Sunday In everv month. .Airs VI.bII Hnhbape. nlpI,t 7:20' A' . Mutt ray. Director? 'The Baggage Car T'adora Mora! Ood bless cow-men 'er!" During the rendition of this affecting ballad tho two remained draped uncomfortably over the barbed wire barrier, lost in rapturous enjoy' ment. When the last note had died away, Stover roused himself roluc tantly. "It's time we was turnln' in." He called softly, "Hey, Mex!" "Si, Senor!" "Come on, you and Cloudy. Vamos! It's ten o'clock." He turned his back on the Centipede Ranch that housed tho treasure, and In company with Willie, mado his way to the ponies. Two other figures joined them, one humming in a musical baritone the strains of the song just ended. "Cut that out, Mex! They'll hear us," Stover cautioned. "Caramba! This t'ing is brek my 'eart," said the Mexican, sadly. "It seem like the Senorlta Mora is sing that song to me. Mebbe she knows I'm set out 'ero on cactus an listen to her. Ah, I love that Senorlta ver' much." The little man with the glasses began to swear In his high falsetto. His ear had caught the phonograph operator In another musical mistake. let Mrs. Melby die "That again said he. "It's sure comln' to a hunnacaboo between him and me. If somebody don't kill him pretty soon, he'll wear out that machine before wo git it back." "Humph! It don't look like we'd ever get It back," said Stover. One of the four sighed audibly, then vaulting into his saddle, went loping away without waiting for his companhorn-toad hcncer possible. ROBT. B. JONES, Manascr. GEO. SCHENCK, Ass't Mtsr. Pattkn, Chattanooga, Tcnn., nnd HoTEt, Aksi.bt (open May 12, 1013), Hotbl Atlanta, Ga., under naino management nnd ownership. foot-Tac- o ana it am t up to no individual to force his likes and dislikes down no other feller's throat." Tho other two men he addressed mounted their hron-co- s stiniy. "I repeat," said Willie: "'Tho Holy City,' as sung hy Mrs. Melby, Is the swellest tunc that ever hit these partB." g wart-hog- stoop-ehouldere- d spectaclesT i ""i" ain't noways sure," he piped, peering up at his lanky foreman. "Why do you reckon ho alius lets Mrs. Melby peter out on my favorite record? He done the same thing last night. It jopks like an insult." "''it's nothing but his Ignorance," Btover replied. "He don't want no trouble with you. None of 'em do." "I'd like to know for oertain." The small man seemed torn by doubt. "If I'd I only knew he done it git him. I bet I could do it from here." Stover's voice was gruff as he commanded: "Forget it! Ain't it bad enough for us fellers to hang around like this every night without advertising our Idiocy by a "Thoy ain't got no right to that phonograph," Willie averred darkly. "Oh yes, they have; they won it fair and sauare." gun-play?- Carara muttered something In Spanish which the others could not understand. "They're all fine pieces," Stover observed, placatlngly, when fairly out of "You henring of the boys have each got your preference. Cloudy, bein' an Injun, has got his, and I rise to state that I like that monologue, 'Silas on Fifth Avenoo,' better than all of 'em, which ain't nothln' ag'lnst my judgment nor yours. When Silas says, 'The girl opened her valise, took out her purse, closed her valise, opened her purse, took out a dime, closed her purse, opened her valise, put In her purse, closed her valise, give the dlmo to the conductor, got a nickel in change, then opened her valise, took out her purse, closed her valise " Stover began to rock in his saddle, then burst into a loud guffaw, followed by his companions. "Gosh! That's awful funny 1" "SI! si!" acknowledged Carara, his white teeth showing through the ranch-house- of tho muflled "Well, what wo goln' to do about It?" "Humph! I've laid awake nights flgurln' that out. I reckon we'll just r have to git another and bet Skinner. He ain't tho fastest in tno world." "That takes coin. We're broke." "Mebbe Mr. Chapln would lend a helpin' hand." "No chance!" said Stover, grimly. "He's soro on Says it disturbs us and upsets our equalubrlu'm." Carara fetched a deep sigh. "It's ver' bad t'ing, Sonor. I don' feel no worse w'en my gran'mother die." The three men loped onward through the darkness, weighted heavily with disappointment. hoor-beatfoot-racefoot-racln- Presbyterian Church 1'iesbyurlan Sunday School 0:45 n. SlputJ, Superintendent. every Third Sunday. Iter. A Inlr. I'niichlns V, yr T'tU " Tu"'y. 1 0 ).. m. Ladles' Bm,1ieiy..n.l'L',s.l.Welr"('',y "ltr Third President. m.-ui- nrnd . . I '. I ' n. 8:00 a. m.. oil i r m On vr, ek daj .Mas a1 7:f0 thechlld-re- n o"l'', h,ctica Instruction onSaturdajsut 8:0h. m . for on Sundays at H:30u. m. nnd 2:30 p. m. Ld hi 10.XM. Catholic Church i'iS.tS"d"y nf Pncn month. Mnss.cermon. aoj2oao5; BALL & MILLER gloom. "An it's just like a fool woman," tittered Willie. "That's sure ono ions. " "Cloudy's sore because they didn't play 'Navajo,'" said Willie. "Well, I don't blame 'em none for omlttln' that It ain't got the class of them other pieces. While It's devised to suit tho intellect of an Injun, perhaps it aint In tho runnln" with 'The Holy City,' which tune is the sweetest and sacredest ever sung." Carara paused with a hand upon the neck of his cayuse. "Eet is not so fine as 'Tho Baggage Car In Front," he declared. "It's got it beat a mile!" Willie flashed back, harshly. "Here, you!" exclaimed Stover, "no arguments. We all have our favorites. war-danc- Are You A Woman O rldic'lous line of talk." "Still Bill" wiped his eyes with the back of a bony hand.- - "I know that hull monologue by heart, but I can't never get past that spot to save my soul. Right there I bog down, com plete." Again ho burst into wild laugh ter, followed by his companions. "I don't see how folks can be so dam' funny!" he gasped. "It's natural to 'em, Hko warts," said Willie; "they're born with it, the samo as .1 was born to Bhoot straight with either hand, and the samo as Mex was born to throw a rope. Ho don't know how he does it, and neither do I. Somo folks can say funny things, some can sing, like Missus Melby; somo can run like that Centipede cook " Carara breathed an eloquent Mex ican oath. "Do you reckon ho fixed that race with Humpy Joe?" inquired Stover. foot-race- s, Affairs at the Flying Heart Ranch were not all to Jack Chapln's liking. Ever since that memorable more than a month before, a gloom had brooded over the place which even the presence of two Smith girls, not to mention that of Mr. Fresno, was unablo to dissipate. The cowboys moped about like melancholy shades, and neglected their work to discuss the disgrace that had fallen upon them. It was a task to get any of them out in the morning, several had quit, the rest were quarreling among themselves, and tho had already been the scene of more than one encounter, altogether too sanguinary to have originated from such a trivial cause as a footrace. Tho master of the ranch sought his sister Jean, to tell her frankly what was on his mind. "See here, Sis," ho began, "I don't want to cast a cloud over your littlo house-partbut I think you'd better keep your friends away from my men." "Why, what Is tho matter?" she demanded. "Things are at a pretty high tension just now, and the boys have had two or three rows among themselves. Yesterday FreBno tried to 'kid' Willie about 'The Holy City;' said It was foot-race, Col-leg- livery, Feed and Sale Stable Bus Meets all Trains PI i o i a small y I Hardinsburg, : Ky me." bunk-hous- o "Another?" , "Yes, he won the intercollegiate championship again." Miss Chapin proudly extended tho emblem on its ribbon. "I wish to goodness Covington had been here to take Humpy Joe's place," said tho young cattle-maas he turned it over. "The boys are just over losing that phonograph." "I'll get him to run and win it back," Jean offered, easily. Her brother laughed. "Take my advice, Sis, and don't let Culver mix up in this game! The stakes are too high. I think that Centipede cook is a professional runner, myself, and it our boys were beaten again well, you and mother and I would have to move out of New Mexico, that's all. No, we'd better let tho memory of that defeat die out as quickly as possible. You warn Fresno not to joke about it any more, and I'll take Mrs. Keap off your hands. Sho may bo a widow, she may even be the chaperon, but I'll do It; I will do It," promised Jack "for my sister's Bake." n broken-hearted llSESmmolaoBj SPECIAL TO WOME1 Do you realize the fact chat thousands of women are now using f r&sxZtZu? pelvic catarrh, inflammation or ulceration, caused by female ills? 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If wo only had proof that tbo raco was crooked "You can bo gamblo it was crooked," tho little man averred. "Them Cent!-podfellers never dono nothln' on tho square They got Hump Joe, and fixed It for him to lose bo they could get That's why ho that pulled out" "I'd hate to think It," said the foreman, gloomily; then after a moment, during, which the only sound wm that o talkln'-mttchlne. written as a coon song, and wasn't sung in good society. If ho hadn't been a guest, I guess Wllllo would have murdered him." "Oh, Jack! You won't let Wllllo murder anybody, not oven Berkeley, while tho people aro hore, will you?" coaxed Miss Chapin, anxiously. "What made you invito Berkeley Fresno, anyhow?" was tho rejoinder. "This Is no gilded novelty to him. Ho is a Western man." Miss Chapin numbered her reasons sagoly, "In tho first place Helen. Then thefo had to bo enough men to go around. Last and best, he is tho most adorable man I ever saw at a house-partHe's an angel at breakfast, Blnf h perfectly beautifully you know he' was on the Stanford Glee and dusty to ride, so sho took refugo in the latest ' "best seller," and sought out a hammock on tho gallery, whero Jean Chapin was writing letters, while the disconsolate Fresno, banished, wandered at large, vaguely injured at her lack of appreciation. tho girls dipped into the box of bonbons between them. Jean finished her correspondence and essayed conversation, but her companion's blond head was bowed over tho book in her lap, and tho effort met with no response. Lulled by tho somniferous droning of Insects and lazy echoes from afar, Miss Chapin was on the verge of slumber, when sho saw her guest rapidly turn tho last pages of her novel, then, with a chocod late between her teeth, rend to the finish. Miss Bloke closed tho book reluctantly, uncurlod slowly, then stared out through tho dancing her blue eyes' shadowed with romance. "Did she marry him?" queried Jean. "No, no!" Helon Blako sighed, blissfully. "It was Infinitely finer. Sho killed herself." "I like to see them get married." "Naturally. You aro at that stage. But I think suicldo is more glorious, In many cases." Visa fthanln vawriad nnanlv "RnoaV. vine-shade- ltr Tf Tif d Anyone sending a sketch and description may ruilcklr ascertain our opinion free whether an liiTontlon Is probably pulentnhlo. Commnnlca. tiniiuntrlctlrcontldontral. HANDBOOK on I'iitents sent free. Oldest agencr for securing atents. o. recelro 1'ntenta taaen inrouitn uunn ivalal notice, without charge-- , la tho Trade Marks Designs Copyrights Ac. " 4 ' Scientific American. handsomely lllntratel weekly. Lareest clr. illation of nnr sclentlDo Journal. Terms. 13 a )eir: (our months, fL Sold by all newsdealers. 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"Isn't ho graceful and picturesque! Can wo waich thom?" "'Sh-h- ! Thcro sho comes!" From tho opposite direction appeared a slim, Bwarthy Mexican girl, A Romance of Strenuous Affection nn Indian water-jubalanced upon hor Sho was clad In tho shouldors. Bv REX BEACH straight-hanginnative garment, beltSuggested by the Play by Rex ed in with a sash; her feet wero in Beach and Paul Armstrong sandals, and she moved ns silently as Illustrated by Edgar Bert Smith . a shadow. During Uie four days slnco Miss Blake's arrival at tho Flying Heart Copyright, br Harper A JtroUion Ranch sho had seen Marlodetta flitContinued from pnge 6 CS3H ting noiselessly hero and there, but had never heard hor speak. Tho pretIng of suicides, isn't this ranch tho ty, expressionless faco beneath tho deadest plnco?" straight black hair had ever retained "'Oh, I don't think so nt nil " "Oh yes, you do, and you needn't ho its wooden stolidity, tho velvety eyes had not laughed nor frowned nor pome' just becauso you're a guest." "Well, then, to bo as truthful as a sparkled. She seemed td be merely boarder, it is a little dull. Not for a part of this far southwestern picofr chaporon, though. The tlmo ture; a bit of inanimate yet breathNow, however, the aoesni- seem to drag on her hands. ing local color. Jack certainly la making it pleasant girl dropped her jug, and with a low cry glided to her lover, who tossed for her." "If you call taking her out to watch aside his cigarette and took her In his n lot of bellowing calves get branded, arms. From this distance their words were indistinguishable. entertainment," Miss Chapln sighed. "How perfectly romantic," said tho Miss Blake leaned forward and read tho Inscription on her companion's Eastern girl, breathlessly. "I had no anybody." medal. "Oh, Isn't it heavy!" feeling idea Marledetta could-lov"She Is a volcano," Jean answered. It roverently. "Why, it's like a play!" "Puro gold, Hko himself! You "And it goes on all tho timo." should have seen him when ho won it. "How gentle and sweet ho is! I "Why, at tho finish of that race all tho think he is charming. He is not at all men but Culver were making tho most horrlblo faces. They wero sim- like the other cowboys, Is ho?" While the two witnesses of the ply dead." Miss Blake's hands were clasped in scene wero eagerly discussing it, Joy, her lap. "They all make faces," said the Chinese cook, emerged from the she. "Have you told Roberta about kitchen bearing a bucket of water, his presence hidden from the lovers by your engagement?" corner of the building. Carara "No, she doesn't dream of It, and I the don't want her to know. I'm bo afraid languidly released his inamorata from she'll think, now that mother has his embrace .and lpunged out of sight gone, that I asked her hero Just as around the building, pausing at the a graceful kiss farther corner a chaperon. Perhaps I'll tell her when from the ends to waft Angers, ns with of his Culver comes." "I havo heard Culver speak of him, a farewell flash of his whlto teeth ho Marledetta recovered tout never as an athlete. Have you disappeared. water-juand glided onward into and Mr. Speed settled things between her you, Helen? I mean, has he said any- the court in front of tho her faco masklike, her movements doj thing?" liberate as usual. Miss Blako flushed. Joy, spying the girl, grinned at her. "Not exactly." Sho adjusted a cushion, to cover her confusion, then Sho tossed her head 'coquettishly and leaned back complacently. "But ho her step slackened, whereupon the has stuttered dangerously several .cook, with a sly glanco around, tapped her gently on tho jirra, and said: times." "Nice 111 gaily." A musical tinkle of silver spurs "The idea!" indignantly exclaimed ' sodnded in the distance, and around ' Miss Blake from her hammock. thrt corner of tho nnnositn corn-hus- THE DEAREST BABY Mrs. Wilkes' Fondest Hopes Realized Health, Happiness and Baby. L Going a, Some yet comunlcatcd itself tho entlro length of bin frame. "I reckon my Bporrot'8 broke, that's all." ' "Haven't you recovered from that foot-race?- "You'ro not looking well, Stover. Aro you ill?" Inquired Miss Chapin. "Not physical," Bald tho foreman, checking tho movonlont which had not A FARM CHEAP AND WHY IT IS CHEAP! 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"You "I was nn invalid from nervous pros- another tell her," said tho man, with sfgh, nnd a hopeless gesturo indigestion and f emalo troubles. tration, that told tho depth of his feelings. "Why, Stover hired a fellow a couplo of months ago as a v ' W jrt' w Tho man said ho wns hungry, nnd made n good Impression, so wo put Vim on." Here Stover slowly rnlscd ono booted foot nnd kicked his other calf. "The boys nicknamed him Humpy Pink-ham- 's foot-race.- FIRSTBecatiso " thc'den horse-wrangle- r. - e derangement of tho feminine system, often curablo by tho proper remedies. In many homes once childless thero nro now children becauso of tho fact that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vcgetablo Compound makes women normal. If you rrant special ndvico write to Lydia E. Plnkham Medicine Co. (confidential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter will bo opened, read nnd answered by a woman and held in strict confidence. my friends." Mrs. Verna Wilkes, R. F. D. No. 1, Plattsburg, Miss. 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You know the Centipede Ranch tho ono you see over yonder by tho side, a fresh cigarette between his "It was'nt 'soon after,' It was silips. .His languor vanished at tho multaneous," said Stover, darkly. first glimpse of the scene, and ho "We're bcginnln' to seo plain at last." celestial, He went on as If to air the injury strode toward the white-clawho dove through tho open door like that was gnawing him. "Ono day wo a prairie dog into ills hole. Carara hear that this r over yonfollowed at his heels. der thinks ho can run, which samo is "It serves him right!" cried Miss as welcome to us as tho smell of flowBlake, rising. "I hope Mr. Carara " ers on a spring breeze, for Humpy A din of falling pots and pans is- Joe had amused us In his Idle hours mingled by running to earth " sued from tho "Not really?" said Miss Blake. with shrill cries and soft Spanish imprecations; then, with ono "Well, no, but from what wo seo wall, tho pandemonium ceased as sud- we judge ho'd ought to limp a hundenly as it had commenced, and Ca- dred yards in about nothing and rara issued forth, black with anger. three-fifthseconds, so we frame a "Ha!" said he, scowling 'at Marle- race between him and the Centlpedo detta, who had retreated, her hand Cook. With tumulchous joy wo bet upon her bosom. Ho exhaled a lung- our wages and all the loose gear we ful of clgarotto smoke through his havo, and In a burst of childish ennostrils fiercely. "You play wit' me, thusiasm wo put up tho eh?" "A phonograph?" "No, no!" Marledetta ran to him, "Yes. An Echo Phonograph," said nnd, seizing his arm, cooed amorously Miss Chapln. In Spanish. "Of New York and Paris," said Sto"Bah! Vamos!" Carara flung her ver. from him, and stalked away. "Our boys won it from this very "Well, of all the outrageous things!" said Miss Blake. "Why, she was actu- Centlpedo outfit at n tournament in Cheyenne." ally flirting with that Chinaman." "Wyoming." Stover made tho loca"Marledetta flirts with every man sho can And," said Jean, calmly, "but tion definite. "Tho Centipede crowd took their she doesn't mean any harm. She'll marry Carara some time If ho doesn't defeat badly on Frontier Day, and swore to get even." kill her." "And was Humpy Joo defeated?" "Kill her!" Miss Blake's eyes were asked Helen. round. "Ho wouldn't do that!" "Was ho?" Still Bill shook his head "Indeed, yes. Ho is a Mexican, and sadly, and sighed for a third time. "It ho has a terrible temper." looked like ho was running backward, Miss Blake sank back into tho hammock. "How perfectly dreadful! And miss." "But really ho was only beaten a yet It must be heavenly to lovo a foot. It was a wonderful race. I saw man who would kill you." it," said Jean. "It mado mo think oi Miss Chapln lost herself In meditation for an instant. "Culver is almost tho races at college." Miss Blako puckered her brows trylike that when he is angry. Hello, ing to think. hero comes our foreman!" "Joseph," sho said. "No, I don'l Stover, a tall, gangling cattle-mawith drooping grizzled mustache, think I havo seen him." Stover'B lips mot grimly. "I don't came shambling up to tho stops. Ho dusted his boots with his sombrero reckon you havo, miss. Slnco that raco ho has been hard to descry. He and cleared his throat. " 'Evening, Miss Jean. Is Mr. Cha- passed from view hurriedly, so to speak, headed toward the pln around?" "I think you'll find him down by tho and leaping from crag to crag like the . Can I do anythlnig for hardy shamrock of tho Swiss Alps." Miss Blako giggled. "What made you?" "Nopo!" Stover sighed heavily, and him hurry so?" "Ub!" Stover gazed at her solemnly. "Wo ain't nono of us boon tho same slnco that You seo, It ain't tho financial valuo of that Echo Phonograph, nor the 'double-cros- s' that hurts: it's tho fact that tho mangiest outflt In tho Territory has trimmed us out of tho ono thing that stands for honor and excellonco and 'scientific attainment,' as tho 'judgo said when wo won It. That meant moro to ub than you Eastern folks can understand, I reckon." ft Ht-''"If I wero you I would choor up," W' J said Miss Blako, kindly, and with some importanco. "Miss Chapln has a collogo friend coming this week, and ho can win back your trophy." Stover glanced up at Jean quickly, "Ib that right, Miss Chapln?" "Ho can if ho will," Joan asserted. "Can ho run?" "Ho is tho intercollegiate champion," declared that young lady, with proud dignity. "And do you reckon he'd run for "It's a Medal. Culver Sent It to Me." us and the Echo Phonograph of New got his frame gradually into motion York nd Paris, If we framed a race? ajraiu. It's an hoaor!" foot-hills- ." d grub-sllnge- Wanted Small Farms We have a number of inquiries for small farms from 50 to 100 acies, improved. If you have a small farm well.'improved.Jgood level land, list it with us and we will do tliCjrest. cook-hous- jack-rabbi- ts long-draw- n s talking-machine.- " I) S"lBKS f IO ht.tblu. lierii level, rtst rolling; soil s uuderhflii with clay; well watered. I'lc" Eo. rV r .!.. . l"NO. IO :;eu i,,V,. imlVrora "arncd: n water; 2 stock btn.s sjxilj ltd SixH of Tw?. I'eamltully mile fr in IXn A n llvo town. located onopractically story dwelling, and tenant liouso. I'Wco 100 acrts ail ieol land, uutmproveu; itood 'oncliijc. Ideal snot for dairy farm. I'rlco reasonable. NO. 1 9 plifi". "f ir.5 "t;ru,s- - l '" from Wlte Jim. IJ HtbbKk'c, Cloverport, Ky. 1U- acres located Han-ii- u. C near Dukes, Jn u cock county; acres under plow 7S acres timber; well watered; pltntyof fruit; (i room dwelling; birn '40xi0; io aires leel, rest rolling, (lood lanu for tubicco corn, l0i llt're,1' Wor.il. ILincock' wlifiit una clover It Is u bargain .it Si. bOO, ., f .7 county, Ky . ) miles 500 cash, balance easy payments T lfo Acres. 3 mlli s from Ii vliituii,on rur.il rou u. Goort frame (Int'lllm!' o rooms and viTiiiid.i; Kootl turn J05uj leiiint Imust ; J? acres, under plow : 100 ausiv Kr.isi; Aliens In llmlH'r; well watered, cliiern and IjoihK .Ii to . 0 bushels corn und l"0 pounds tolneco ti acre, l.ood clotr land lays w.iy iiuMthin Idea) and In one of the to best neighborhoods In the cour ty. Trice i ioh IVrmvon Ki'.inee iv. .ut ucru 3 mlifs fn in rallroi.i1, Nn near ianiplejoue mile fromsiclioo -house. l'lirn,. rvix "3. loou &tocl dwelling:155 acres; well lmnro4i'd sloi!k h.irn. Orows wheat, tonacco. roru, clover, ai d miles from Irvliuion, on rural Krass. route. Tills land Is u little rollliw' but does not wash Price right. Jno. O. llabliie, 1 No. 1. A Fine Home Farm NO. 13 fan! i!5..!'cres 1 "'He Kast of Olen soil watered I.J wells " ' ""," ",I1U sU)na and v"w ShV'."1, ,,,tMr KooU sc"001 iiS'chSrchS?. WjfcEr irn cot il.L'00, """ stock cl0V"d barnsk 3 lel jv bi'amvln veirlvpivments. NO. Io 7, on..,,' il,.. 000 No. 14 .V.OMr1,I?Joc,,i.lVd ot ''.''J0 "on cash i'CKW. M - k; ?ou,lly.,n ""cr" 4 "''- ,,L,,.lt: Mu" from Hurdlns-m- 1- " county, i'rice ' '" l0. rir"e' "?.v. ... 1,u - 'O No. 20 lL:".- - bronco-bustin- g ( acres; located on Henderson Route, 1 mile east of j.odtuur: TO acres In p isture. 50 In timber; dwelling; goon barn and well w.iteied; lime-stoland. Pilcegl U)J. l acres, good and Iuvei land, ISIn 1 1 good barn; nil land cleared, wol. 3 miles from Irvlngtou. 1'rlce i3.:vx located; In a valley; Nn 1 9 250 acres lyingand hall; 2 tenantt ro'otu dwelling houses, lar.ro tob icco barn; 2M miles routb of Kirk. H mile from school well watered, : springs near barn; on lturul Route. 150 tlve-roo- iii No. q - tenant housis; f !?," h cash'. bar. 5ux50; store BOOd "tllaiior a store: good TuSS ' L'rn a"d whtMt- - l'r I tw .. lu. n iiv. ii $2.00U 7ly KVr V ucrM four P'endeane, 3 m les mllesjwestof railroad; all fresh land; 100 acresfrom cuftlva-tloin 50 acres In grass; will corn, wheat and tob Icco fn neiiliharhSSd' plenty lasting water, well Lt door o? ing; Tog dwelling. good stable: 3 tobacco rooms and side barns;3 Plenty of good timber for" farm SurVosSfi' good fund to cleor. i'rice H cash n; Si n foot-hill- s, spring-house- foot-rac- talking-machin- o Doan's Kidney Pills were used They brought benefit. The story was told to Cloverport residents. Time has strengthened the evidence. Has proven the result lasting. The testimony is from this locality. The proof convincing. Mrs. G. V. Fitzgerald, 1431 W. Fifth St., Owensboro, Ky., says: "I wish ta say that Doan's Kidney Pills are an honest kidney remedy. I was in a bad way before I began their use. I had backache day and night, und the kidney secretions caused me much annoyance. I got Doan's Kidney Pills and. had not taken many before I was greatly relieved. I can now sleep soundly, the headaches have left me and my back is strong. The above statement was given May 0, I9O7, and when Mrs. Fitzgerald was interviewed on February 12, lgia, she added: "I do not have to use Doan's Kidney Pills any more since they curetl me years ago. You are at liberty to, use my statement as heretofore." For sale by all dealers. Price &0 To be continued Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United For Weakness and Loss of Appetite States. The OM Standard general atrengthenlng tonic, CKQVE'S TASTELESS ctlUTONIC. drivea out Remember the name Doan's Malaria anil builda up the syttcm. A true tonio take no other. Advertisement. a ami cilldreu. Mc. ami lure Appetizer. For adulf Hut Miss Cliapin recalled her brother's caution of tho day before, and hesitated. "I I don't think ho would. You see, he Is an amateur ho might bo out of training " "Tho idea!" exclaimed Miss Blake, Indignantly. "If Culver won't run, I know who will!" Sho closed hor lips firmly, and turned to the foreman. "You tell your friends that we'll seo you get your trophy back." "Helen, "I mean it!" declared Miss Blako, with spirit Stover bowed loosely. "Thank you, miss. Tho very thought of lt will cheer up tho gang. Life 'round hero Is blacker 'n a spade Hush. I think I'll tell Willie." Ho shambled rapidly off around the house. "Helen dear, I don't want Culver to got mixed up In this affair," Miss Chapln, as soon as the) wero alone. "It's nil utterly foolish. Jack doesn't want him to, either." "Vory well. If Culver doesn't feel that he can beat that cook running, I know who will try. Mr. Speed will do anything I ask. It's a shamo tho way thoso men havo beon treated." "But Mr. Speed Isn't a sprinter." "Indeed!" Miss Blako bridled. "Per-hap- s Culver Covington isn't tho only athleto in Ynlo Collogo. I happen to know what I'm talking about." "I don't think ho will consent when ho learns tho truth." "I assuro you," said Miss Blako, sweetly, "ho will bo delighted." THE BEST Cloverport PROOF Cannot Citizens Doubt It. I" ed Foster-Mllbur- n a4 (M AtoJbd lxijiyniiTffifclr initji"' Wt wfrjLtt .W,., If you would retain your Friends; Ask few Favors f The Irvington Hardware and Implement Company Make the very Lowest Possible Prices on the following goods: v Paints, Plows, Wagons, Buggies, Harrows, Corn Planters, Cultivators, Wagon and Buggy Harness, Cutlery, Builders' Hardware, China ware, Steel and Cast Ranges and Cook Stoves, Field and Garden Seeds, Rugs, Matting, Windows, Doors, Moulding, Salt, Lime, Plaster, Etc. -- Orders By Parcel Post Given Prompt Attention il Our Specialties: American Fence, R. B. C. Goods, Mastic Paints, Oliver Plows, Delker Buggies, Owensboro Wagons, Jewel Ranges. V. New Perfection and New Process Oil Stoves has been brought about largely by the rise In price of all kinds of stock foods. This In turn has driven many men out of the stock business and discouraged others from going In. With the silo the cost of producing st6ck and stock products can he greatly lowered. Experiments have shown that by the use of the silo In place ot the old feeding methods butter can lie produced from 0 to Hi cents per pound cheaper uud n saving made on the production of beef of from $1.50 to $'J per hundred pounds. i Sllnge, or ensilage, can be iniidt; from nearly all kinds of form forngu and is a good and cheap ration for horses, f cattle, sheep, swine and chickens. It requires little storage space. Is n labor saving device, doubles the value or the corn crop. triple the stock carrying capacity of the land, restores the fertility of the soil and returns its user annually 100 per cent ou the Invest ment Farm aud Ranch. I r arm and . REX BEACH'S Roaring Western Comedy I THE OLD RELIABLE (j&rden MONEY MAKER. GOING SILO A Reasons For Its Use by All Interested In Every Form ot Live Stock. No other siibji'it Is receiving so much SOME A Capital Story BRECKINRIDGE BANK Cloverport, Ky. Organized 1872 U. S. DEPOSITORY FOR POSTAL SAVINGS FUNDS attention fnmi the experiment stations, farm pupers mid runners' Institutes as the silo. All the jrrent Industries depending on live stock are advocating Its use. It Is n conservation subject of great Importance, for with It can" Do saved a large part of our principal crop. Nearly 40 per cent of the food ele- Cures Old .Sores, Other Remedies Won't Curs ments of the corn troji or this country The worst cases, no matter of how' long standing, by the old Is now wasted. Uy the use of the silo are curedAntiseptic wonderful, Oil. reliable Dr. Healing Porter's It relieves this could he saved, and by so doing Pain aud Heals at the same time. 23c, 50c, $1.00. hundreds of millions of dollars could be added to our national wealth. What the Candidates In the past eleven years the great Are Saying and Doing. stock Industry of the United States, In comparison with our population, bus been showing u decline. This conditlou Dr. R. T. Dempster says he would like to be County Judge for no other reason than to bring about a better road system In the county. Says he can hold the other duties down also. SOLID AS A ROCKT FOR An 40 YEARS Absolutely Safe Place to do Business 3 Per Cent on Time Deposits F'mmm3mmi 'H rMvvR 'tf'T hi The Hon, D. H. Severs says his past experience in the Legislature is worth something, and if elected, will enable him to make a very much better Repre-tentativ- by a Most Popular Author Our Next Serial YOU CANT AFFORD e. . Jesse Whitworth ii out with a card lining up his platform. This is just what every candidate should do. Let the people know what you stand for and what you will do if elected. Hon. D. C. Gray, of Meade county, candidate for the State Senate, was in Hardinsbiirg last Fridav. He is mak ing an active camptign. TO MISS IT life Saturday morning, March 22, 1913 Aunt Pollie, as she was familiarly known, would have been 83 years old if she had have lived until the twelfth day of April. Aunt Pollie will be sadly missed by the community in which she lived, for she had not an enemy in the world. She was Miss Pollie Dowell before marriage. She was married to Wm. Argabright in 1830, and joined the Walnut Grove Baptist church in I9O0. She was cot a Sunday, but an every day Christian the balance of her life. She was stricken with paralysis on the thirteenth from which she never revived. Everything was done that loving hands could do, but of no avail. She leaves three sons, Rev. I. C. Argabright and W. B. Argabright, of Luther Argabright, of Brandenburg, and one daughter, Mrs. Clint Squires, of Missouri; and three brothers and a host of friends to mourn her loss. She was interred in the Walnut Grove cemetery on Sunday the 23d, Rev. Hutcherson conducting the funeral services. Lodi-burg; f 0 M ; fl .. H j , B F C J 1 II ivuuiu rattier sell you a Studebaker" -- I 1 l 1 m -- gf- ' V W HS( Vi sssssssssssVPi 3 KNSIl.AOK. Cloverport Boy Has a Nice Position in Louisville. FKi:ilNl For Sale Two second-hand Sur-rie- s. One Buggy and Three Corn Planters. Louie Ditzenbaugh, of this city, has V. G. Babbage will give some reasons next week why he wants the Coun-- tj a position in the office of the Cumberland Telegraph Company of Louisville. Attorney's office. He got it as soon as he completed his Ambus Mudd, of McQuady, says: "I business course at college in that city. know Bob Layman well. He and I were boys together. We were schoolNOTICE mates. No finer boy or man ever lived. Ht is straight-forwarhonest, sober, This is to give notice that we will on e man, and deserves to be elecand after the 1st day of April, 1013, ted Circuit Judge." sell coal strictly for cash, and that our prices will be 11 cents per bushel for PEN MIGHTIER THAN TONGUE lump, 0 cents for nut and 6 cebts for nut P. and slack. Also all parties in Neat Excuse of Brilliant Writer for debt to us must come and settle at His Inability to Deliver Exonce as we are needing the money. pected Speech. Yours Respectfully, d, self-mad- Out of today's sin and sorrow, Into a blissful tomorrow, Into a day without gloom; Out of a land filled with sighing Land of the dead and dying, Into a land without a tomb. Mrs. Clarence Payne (nee Miss Laura French)' died Sunday morning at 4 o'clock, bhe had been conhned to her bed for some time with tuberculosis. She leaves her husband and two little boys, the youngest being only two years old, to mourn her loss, She was inferred in the Walnut Grove cemetery last Monday. She was a member of the Walnut Grove Baptist church. G. G. Dowell and J. C. Dowell, of Wesley Chappel; Lee Dowell and Henry Dowell, of Sample, and Miss Sudie Black, of Addison, attended the funeral of Mrs. Argabright last Sunday. Misses Allte Keys and Eula Adkisson were visiting Miss Ida Belle Ater, of When your dealer tells you that you know he's honest. He may have cheaper wagons in stock, but he knows the Studebaker is the best. And so do you. He wants to give such good wagon value that you will come back and demand a buggy made by the same people. Studebakers have been building wagons for sixty years and they have won the confidence of dealer and farmer by building not the cheapest but the best wagons. Whether you live in city, town or country, there's a Studebaker to fit your needs. Farm wagons, trucks, business and delivery wagons, surreys, buggies and runabouts, with harness for each of th lame high quality as Studebaker vehicles. See our Dealer or write us. G I bc -- W? fei STUDEBAKER NKW YORK South Bend. Ind. w . MINNEAPOLIS CHICAGO DALLAS KANSAS SALT LAKE CITY SAN FHANCISCO CITY DENVER PORTLAND, ORE. I Write Sickness and Accident Insur- ance and Live Stock Confer with me T. N. McGlothlan Irvington, Ky. Jas, 11. Lewis, Not long ago a flourishing IndusCity Coal Co. trial town decided to honor a clln- tlngulshed writer who In his plays and novels has given us so many vivid Hopeless. pictures of his life and characteris"Cheer up, old man, you may win tics. Like many clover writers and yet" "No, there's absolutely no talkers, ho Is no orator, and when he chance for me. Why, she even refuses consented to bo tho chief guest at a to go to tho theater with mo." banquet peoplo wondered how he would get through tho r speech. Tho toast of tho evening, LODIBURGNEWS. proposed In facile and florid phrase, waB enthusiastically honored, and aB. the great man reluctantly rose to reply some of the guests doubtless re- Mrs. Pollie Argabright Dies at called the flashing epigrams In his Ripe Old Age-M- rs. Clarence plays. lie paused a moment, and then, glancing round tho crowded Payne Goes to Her Reward-Lo- cal room, pulled a fountain pen out of one of his pockets. "Mr. Chairman and Social Notes. and gentlemen," he said, as he nonchalantly fingered tho pen, "this Is my Mrs. Pollie Argabright, wife of Win, only means of expression. I thank you." Argabright, deceased, departed this after-dinne- Irvington last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Luclle Parr, who is attending the Normal at Harned, was at home City Property High Street Home . HOUSE AND LOT 80x200; building 2 floors 40x40; furlast Saturday and Sunday. nace, bath, laundry, toilet, basement, natural gag, hotwater Location ideal; proporty rents for $240 a Miss Mary Able and George atid Her- all modern improvements. bert Dutschke, of Webster, were the year. Price $2,750, cash. If you want a nice homo this is your guests of Mrs. Ida Nottingham last chance. For further particulard write or see Jno. D. Babbago, Sunday. Ky. Clo-vorport, Mrs. Blanch Shelman is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Frank Hall, of Ballard county. Mrs. Addie Brown and daughter, Sunday. Flake 'Ater, of Irvington, was .the Miss Mary, visited their aunt, Mrs. R, Mrs. Bettte Norton, of Sample, and . T. Payne, last Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Julia Harman, of ITardinsbure.are' guest of friends here last Sundav. 1 Mrs. Payne is very low and not ex at the bedside of their sister, Mrs. R. Mrs. Gtayson Payne was call! pected to live but a few days. She was T. Payne, who is very low. uurneui nna nav mr wapi? tn rh. tYAjf&.M stricken with paralysis on last Carlt Chappel aud family, of Wei-do- side of her mother, Mrs. Byron Joh-sowere visiting their' parents, Mr. who is very low. n, n, of Holt, was the guest and Mrs. Morgan Chappie, of Ray of his niece, Mrs, Ida Nottingham, last mond, last Sunday. J, Dutschke, ft s